The History Channel. 2008. A&E Television Networks. 5 May 2009 <http://www.history.com>.
Helpful Hint: Look at the bottom of the web page for copyright information - this will give you the date updated and name of sponsoring institution.
Example with an author:
Shields, Jacqueline. “Sonderkommando.” Jewish VirtualLibrary. 2009. American-
Isreali Cooperative Enterprise . 23 Feb. 2009 <http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/
Example without an author:
“Cinco de Mayo.” The History Channel. 2008. A&E Television Networks. 5 May 2009
Bartel, Judy. The Holocaust: A Primary Source History. Pleasantville , NY : Gareth Stevens
Helpful Hint: Look for publishing information on the title page or the copyright page behind the title page.
Author of Article (if given). "Title of Article." Title of Book. Year.
"McDonald, James R. "France." Compton's by Britannica. 2005.
Helpful Hint: Look for the article author at the bottom of the page or at the end of the article. However, most articles do not have a specific author and you can skip to the "Title of Article."
Brown, Robbie. “Language Barriers.” Upfront. 16 March 2009: 14-15.
Helpful Hint: If you find the magazine article online, you need to cite it differently. See Ms. Gheen for more citation help.