Citation Page:

How to Cite a Book With One Author:


Last Name, First Name. Title of the Novel. Publishing City: Publishing Company, Publishing Year. Type of Publication.


EXAMPLE:


Taylor, Mildred D. Roll of Thunder, Hear my Cry. New York: Puffin Publishing, 1976. Print.

Steinbeck, John. The Pearl. New York: Penguin Books, 1954. Print.

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How to Cite an E-Book With One Author:


Last Name, First Name. Title of the Novel. Publishing City: Publishing Company, Publishing Year. Type of Publication. Available:


EXAMPLE:


Taylor, Mildred D. Roll of Thunder, Hear my Cry. New York: Puffin Publishing, 1976. E-Print. Available:


Steinbeck, John. The Pearl. New York: Penguin Books, 1954. E-Print. Available:


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How to Cite a Book With Multiple Authors:


Last Name, First name and First Name Last Name. Title of Novel. Publishing City: Publishing Company, Publishing Year. Type of Publication.


EXAMPLE:


Collier, James Lincoln and Christopher Collier. My Brother Sam is Dead. New York: Scholastic Books, 1974. Print.

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How to Cite a Magazine Article:


Last Name, First Name. "Title of Article." Name of magazine. Date:DD Mo. YYYY: Pages. Type of Publication.


EXAMPLE:


Abilock, Debbie. "Integrating E-Mail into the Curriculum." Technology Connection. September 1996: 23-25. Print.

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How to Cite Information from the Internet:


Author Last, Author First. Name of Site. Name of affiliation. Date Created (Copyright, if available). Type of

Publication. Date Accessed. Available:


EXAMPLE:


Adamo, Frank. Mr. Adamo’s Homepage. Teacherweb.com. 2008. Web. October 8, 2009. Available:

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How to Cite Information from the Internet without an author:


“Title of Page or Article.” Name of Site. Name of affiliation. Date Created(Copyright, if available). Type of

Publication. Date Accessed. Available:


EXAMPLE:


“Martin Luther King Biography.” NobelPrize.org. UN.Org. 2006. Web. November 2, 2007.

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Acceptable Abbreviations for Websites:

n.d.- No date for "date created"

n.p.- No publisher or affiliation

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How to Cite Scholarly Journal or an Online Database:


Massaro, John. "Press Box Propoganda? The Cold War and Sports Illustrated 1956." Journal of American Culture.

26.3 (2003): 361-370. Academic Search Complete. Web. 23 Jan., 2008.

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How to Cite a Social Studies Packet:


Editor. Title of the Packet. Town: District, Year. Type of Publication.


EXAMPLE:


Frank, Dennis. The 1930s: The Face of Poverty. Niskayuna: N.C.S.D., 2008. Print.


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How to Cite a Poem:


Cite a poem in a book the same way you would cite a magazine article.


Author of Poem (Last, First). “Title of Poem.” Title of Book. Editor*. Publishing City: Publishing Company, Publishing

year. Page range of entry. Type of Publication.


EXAMPLE:


Kulling, Monica. “Amelia Cramped.” A Kick in the Head: An Everyday Guide to Poetic Forms. Paul Janeczko.

Cambridge: Candlewick Press, 2000. 12-13. Print.


*Often times the editor is the person who chose or selected the poems.

- If a book of poems is written by one person, it might not have an editor.

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How to Cite a Poem found online:


Author of Poem (Last, First). “Title of Poem.” Name of Site. Name of affiliation. Date Created(Copyright, if

available). Type of Publication. Date Accessed. Available:


EXAMPLE:


Hughes, Langston. "Theme for English B." Keith's Poetry Archive. Harvard.edu. nd. Web. February 14, 2013.

Available:

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How To Cite a Graphic:


Last, First. Available:


OR


"Subject." Available:

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How to Cite a Song:


Last, First (writer or artist). “Song title.” Album Title. Record label, year of publication. Type of Publication.


EXAMPLE:


Matthews, Dave. "Ants Marching." Under the Table and Dreaming. BMG, 1994. Lyrics.


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How Cite an Interview:


Interviewee Name (Last, First). Personal interview. Date of interview (Day, Month, Year).


EXAMPLE:


Macri, Stephanie. Personal interview. 5 February, 2010.

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How to Cite a Newspaper:


Author (Last, First). "Title of Article." Title of Newspaper. Date of Article: Page #. Print.


EXAMPLE:


Sidoti, Liz. "Poll: GOP gaining punch." Times Union. September 16, 2010. A1, A3. Print.


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How to Cite a Newspaper or Magazine Online:


Author (Last, First). "Title of Article." Title of Publication. Publisher Name. Date of Article. Web.

Available:


EXAMPLE:

Sidoti, Liz. "Poll: GOP gaining punch." Times Union Online. Times Union. September 16, 2010. Web.

Available:


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How to Cite a Court Decision:

Plaintiff v Defendent. Case No. Court making decision. Date of decision. Media type.


EXAMPLE:

King v. St. Vincent's Hospital. No. 90-889. Supreme Court of the US. 16 December, 1991. Print.


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How to Cite a video edited by Mr. Adamo:


Last, First. Title of Video. editor. Publishing Company, Date Accessed.


Parker, Trey and Matt Stone. South Park: Chinpokomon. Frank Adamo. Comedy Central, November 1, 2012.


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How to Cite a YouTube Video:


Username. "Title of Video". Title of Source. Date Accessed. Available:


EXAMPLE:


Frank Adamo. "Catapult Lab Data, Diagram, Chart". YouTube.com. February 14, 2013. Available:


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Sources:


“The Owl at Purdue.” The Owl Family of Sites. Purdue University. 1995-2009. Web. 7 October, 2009. Available:


Wolfort, Steve. "Iroquois Media Center Home Page." FC.Niskyschools.org. Internet: March 11, 2008. Available: