Here's an example: The American Library Association's Great Websites for Kids ( recommends websites that are relevant for children up to 14 years of age.
If you need a more formal citation, use the example below.
References to an alphabetically arranged work cite the item (not the volume or page number) preceded by Volume, no. Journal — Bibliography Entry Last_name, First_name. "Title of Article: Subtitle of Article." Publication Date, page numbers.
Magazine/Newspaper — Footnote (Succeeding Notes) 2. Last_name, "Shortened Title of Article," page numbers.
References to religious texts should include the book (usually abbreviated), chapter, and verse, but not the page number.
(This is because pagination is often different for different versions.) For proper abbreviations for the books see sec. In the text of your paper, you should spell out the name of the book of the Bible. In the text of your paper, the names of religious works are capitalized but not put in italics. 8.102 for additional information and examples.) the Bible the Hebrew Bible Koran Talmud Formatting the reference. Last_name, "Shortened Title of Paper." Paper Presentation — Bibliography Entry Last_name, First_name. For general readers, the version should be spelled out, at least for the first occurrence, for specialists, the abbreviation may be used. "Title of Paper." Paper presented at the annual meeting for Organization, Location, Date. First_name Last_name, "Title of Article," In edited by First_name Last_name, Pages. Location of Conference, Dates of Conference (Location: Organization/Publisher, Year). Published Proceedings — Footnote (Succeeding Notes) 2. "Title of Presentation." Presentation at Organization, Location, Date. First_name Last_name, "Title of Paper" (paper presented at the annual meeting for Organization, Location, Date). Paper Presentation — Footnote (Succeeding Notes) 2. Books and numbering are not identical in different versions; it is essential to identify which version is being cited. Last_name, "Shortened Title of Article." Published Proceedings — Bibliography Entry Last_name, First_name. Shawn Daley, "Flipping with i Pads: The Centerpiece of a New Pedagogy? " (presentation, Teaching, Learning and Technology Conference, Oregon Academic Technology Society, Portland, OR, October 26, 2012). "Flipping with i Pads: The Centerpiece of a New Pedagogy? (You may share your notes with a friend or group in the class, but for the most part, no one else will see them.) Because class notes can't be retrieved, they should be cited in the footnote.(See the example above.) Viewed Live Power Point files or other materials shared live in a class are just like live lectures—they can't be retrieved by anyone after the fact. (See the example above.) Posted Online If your professor posts Power Point or other files online (on a website, etc.), cite them as you would any other online source: provide the author, title, date, and URL.