Author Last Name, First Name. "Title of Article." Title of Encyclopedia. year ed.
Smith, Janice. "Mexico City." World Book Encyclopedia. 2003 ed.
If there is no author listed, start with the title of the article.
"Mexico City." World Book Encyclopedia. 2003 ed.
Author Last Name, First Name or sponsoring agency. Full Title of the Work.
Date document was posted, if available. Web address (date youaccessed the page).
Mexico Bureau of Tourism. A Virtual Tour of Mexico. 13 Jan. 2001. http://www.virtualmexico.com (23 Sept. 2003).
Note: It is becoming more rare to find dates that sites were posted or updated. Don’t be concerned if you don’t find this information.
Author’s Last Name, First Name, Middle Initial if any. Title of the Book. Place of publication: Publisher, year published.
Evans, Seth. Fifth Grade: An Amazing Year. New York: Random House, 2003.
A note about italics: If you are writing your bibliography by hand, underline the titles.
Click on the picture and then go to the website where it came from (It's listed at the top of the page)
Look for the follwing information about the image:
- Photographer's or artist's name (often not given)
- Name of the subject or title of picture
- Date of picture (often not given)
- Title of website
- Date you copied the image
Hufford, Nicodemus. Dwight David Eisenhower. 1973. United States Army. http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/books/cg&csa/Eisenhower-DD.htm. 25 October 2005
For more information: Pollard Media Center’s web site has examples of more types of citations such as online databases, magazine articles, and books with more than one author.