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Page history last edited by Laura Gibbs 3 years, 7 months ago

 

Bibliography Guidelines

 

For your Storybook project in this class, you must provide bibliography information for your sources. You can use a very plain and simple bibliography style; there is no need to use the more elaborate bibliography styles that you might be using in a research class for your major. Since you can provide a link online, people can click on the link and go get more information for themselves!

 

Please DO NOT use automatic bibliography generators; they are fine for a printed paper, but for a project like this, all that extraneous information is of no use to your readers. Here are the simple guidelines I'd like you to follow:

 

Printed Books. A simple citation is all you need: TITLE and AUTHOR, along with the specific story title if you are citing a specific story. Also, make sure you add a link to the web source. For example:

 

"The Gold-Giving Serpent" by Joseph Jacobs, from Indian Fairy Tales. Web Source: Sacred Texts Archive.

 

Internet-Only Sources. If you are using an Internet-only source instead of a printed book online, you may or may not have an author that you can cite. With Wikipedia, for example, you just need the title of the article; there is no author to cite. For example:

 

"Death of Little Mikey" by Barbara Mikkelson. Website: Urban Legends Reference Pages.

 

Saraswati. Website: Wikipedia.

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