- Noodletools - a resource to help you create, edit, print, and save all your works cited pages throughout your high school career at WCHS. At this window you may create a new account or open your existing account.
- Citation Machine - another resource to assist you in creating a works cited although you will need to copy and paste citations into your document and cannot save works cited pages.
- Delicious - a social bookmarking site to allow you to store your favorite websites organized by tags and allows your bookmarks to be with you wherever you are.
Author (last name first) and author (normal order). Title of Book. City: Publisher, copyright date.
Means, Joann and Harry Smith. When Knives Don’t Cut It Anymore. New York: Random, 2003.
Author. “Title of Article.” Name of Magazine Date of Magazine (DD MMM YYYY): page number(s).
Eisenberg, Michael B. “Synthesis-Where It All Comes Together.” Library Media Connection 8 Oct. 2005: 26.
Name of person interviewed. Type of interview such as Personal, Email, Teleconference, etc. Date of Interview (DD MMM YYYY)
Osborn, Tom. Personal interview. 12 Nov. 2005.
Editor of Site, if available. “Webpage Title.” Site Title (responsible organization, for ex.) Date of Download (DD MMM YYYY) web address.
“The White House.” Whitehouse.gov. 23 July 2007 http://www. whitehouse.gov.
Magazine Article from Subscription Database (INSPIRE)
Author. “Title of Article.” Publication (magazine) Name. Date of Publication (DD MMM YYYY): pages. Name of Database Used. Name of service (for INSPIRE this will be EBSCOhost). Date of Download (DD MMM YYYY) web address. Thomas, Cathy Booth. “The Push to Be Perfect.” Time 8 Aug. 2005: 68-72. MasterFile Premier. EBSCOhost. Web. 20 Mar. 2007http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=f5h&AN=17780885&site=ehost-live&scope=site.
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