The bibliography page is a list at the end of your paper to show the sources (books, internet, etc.) you used.
A “Bibliography Page” can also be called a “Works Cited Page”, but use the term your teacher prefers, and also follow your teacher’s directions on the way they want the page organized. Your teacher should be your final guide.
Click below for links that will help you create your bibliography page.
EasyBib – online program
- Allows you to fill in the blanks to create a Bibliography Page: http://www.easybib.com
Bibliography Page (Examples):
1. M.L.A. format
2. A.P.A. format
Parenthetical Citation (Example)
- Used when you take an exact quote or specific information from a book or source.