How To Do A Bibliography

A bibliography is found at the end of your assignment and is a list of the resources you have consulted in order to write your paper. Below are some examples of how to cite the more popular sources often used. Put your list in alphabetical order by author's last name. If no author is given, then start with the title.

Book With One Author

Roberts, John. Communications for Law Enforcement Professionals. Toronto: Emond Montgomery, 2003.

Book With More Than Three Authors

Prentice, Alison, et al. Canadian Women: A History. Toronto: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1988.

An Edited Book

King, Thomas, Cheryl Calver, and Helen Hoy, eds. The Native in Literature: Canadian and Comparative Perspectives. Toronto: ECW Press, 1987.

Article In A Reference Book

Brosman, Paul W., Jr. "Language." The World Book Encyclopedia. 1992 ed.

Article In A Magazine

Gillis, Charlie. "The War between Town and Country." Maclean's 29 Nov. 2004: 50-59.

Article In A Newspaper

"Upstarts at Top Level against Premier Team." Globe and Mail 10 Jan. 2005, Ontario ed.: S10.

Government Publication

Canada. Statistics Canada. Market Research Handbook. Cat. No. 63-224-XPB. 2004 ed. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, 2004.

Web Site

CBC.CA. 2004. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. 8 Dec. 2004 <>.

Document Or Other Item From A Website

Procter, Margaret. "How Not to Plagiarize." Writing at the University of Toronto. 11 May 2004. University of Toronto. 20 Dec. 2004 <>.

Government Publication

Canada. Statistics Canada. Labor Force Information. Cat. No. 71-001-XIE. 11 Dec. 2004. 5 Jan. 2005 <>.

Magazine Article from a Library Subscription Service

Maich, Steve. "Beware Funds Bearing Gifts." Maclean's 13 Dec. 2004: 34. MasterFILE Elite . EBSCOhost. Mohawk College, Library @ Mohawk, Hamilton, ON. 20 Dec. 2004 <>

Newspaper Article from a Library Subscription Service

Marr, Lisa Grace. "Let's Put Your TV Service Options into Focus." Hamilton Spectator 19 Feb. 2004: G18. Virtual News Library. Mohawk College, Library @ Mohawk, Hamilton, ON. 10 Apr. 2001 <>.

Videotapes or DVDs

High Risk Offender. Videocassette. National Film Board, 1998.

Interview Conducted By You

Yu, Peter. Personal interview. 10 Nov. 2004.

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