• Citing Sources

    Cite Your Sources- Websites

    cit machine

    Citation Machine: Bibliography Generator for MLS, APA, Harvard, Turabian, and Chicago citations

     easybib EasyBib: Bibliography generator for many types of media; only MLA format is free


    Bib Me: A fully automatic bibliography maker; free APA and MLA formats; also generates the in-text citation
    owl   Purdue OWL: Purdue University’s MLA format style manual
    If it is a well-known city, you only have to put the city ( i.e. New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, etc.

    Last, First name of author.  Title.  City of Publication, State:  Publisher, Year. Medium (print or web).

    Book – One Author

    Korem, Dan.  Powers:  Testing the Psychic and Supernatural.  Downers Grove, Illinois:  InterVarsity Press, 1988. Print.

    Book – Two Authors

    LaHaye, Tim, and Jerry B. Jenkins.  Left Behind: A Novel of the Earth’s Last Days.  Wheaton, Illinois: Tyndale House, 1995. Print

    Book – No Author

    Foliage Houseplants.  Alexandria:  Time-Life Books, 1988. Print

    Editor or Compiler
    Fitzgerald, Terence J., ed.  Police in Society.  New York:  H.W. Wilson, 2000. Print.




    Author of Article. (if given) “Article Title.” Title of Book. City of Publication, State: Publisher, Year.
         Volume number, page number.  Medium ( print or web)

    Encyclopedia Example:

    Kaufman, Burton. "Cold War" The World Book Encyclopedia. Chicago: World Book; 2000.
         Volume 4, pages 762-770.  Print.


    Magazine and newspaper articles from 
    ELECTRONIC DATABASES, such as EBSCO or Gale, etc.


    Last name, first name. "Article title." Title of magazine or newspaper (Issue date):
         page number. Service name(Datatbase Name).  Medium ( print or web). Date of use or download.


    Hammond, Norman. "Stonehenge may be older than we think."  Times, The (November 3, 2008):
         page 55 EBSCO.  Web.  November 4, 2008




    Name of Site. Date of Posting/Revision. Name of institution/organization affiliated with the site

         (sometimes found in copyright statements). Medium (print or web).  Date  you accessed the site               
           [electronic address].

    Website Example:

    Primary Documents in American History. October 16, 2008. Library of Congress/Virtual Services Digital
         Reference Section. Web.  November 14, 2008. [http://www.loc.gov/rr/program/bib/ourdocs/Constitution.html]

    Personal Interviews

    Personal interviews refer to those interviews that you conduct yourself.


    Name of the interviewee.  Personal interview.  Date of the interview.


    Robin, Ryan.  Personal interview. January. 14, 2013.



    Citing Resources

    Why do we give the authors credit for their ideas?  Because it is the right thing to do.  Remember, being a positive part of a community and a good citizen means obeying the law.  PLEASE do not plagiarize.

    At GMS we prefer our studetns to use the MLA sytle of citing resources.  Please view this easy to use website for the latest in this MLA process www.easybib.com 

    Need more help, Mrs. Goldin loves helping students with projects, research and just learning new things.  Ask her for help, she's here for you!


Last Modified on August 8, 2016