Research Paper. #6 The Works Cited Page. Works Cited Page. Using the information from your bib cards, record the publishing information about the sources you used. Use the works cited info, which follows: 1. Your list should be compiled alphabetically
The Works Cited Page
1. Your list should be compiled
2. If a work has no author, alphabetize it by the title of the work.
3. Begin the Works Cited list on a new page.
Book with a single author:
Penrose, Roland. Picasso. London:
Phaidon Press Ltd., 1991.
Book with two authors:
Robb, David M., and J.J. Garrison. Art in the Western World. New York: Harper & Row, 1963.
Book with Three or More Authors:
Wold, Milo, et al. An Introduction to Music and Art in the Western World. Dubuque: Brown and Benchmark, 1996.
Hughes, Robert. “The Artist: Pablo Picasso.”Time 8 Jun. 1998: 72-77.
Bradley, Jeff. “Picasso’s Genius as a Graphic Artist on Display at New Metro State Center.”Denver Post 10 Jun. 1998: F1
McCully, Marilyn. “Picasso.”The New Encyclopaedia Britannica: Macropaedia. 15th ed. 1998.
“Picasso and Cubism.” Des. Denise Hall. 7 Nov. 1996. University of Texas. 15 July 1998http://ccwf.cc.utexas.edu/~ifeh750/
6.Title of periodical, database, professional or personal site (underlined)
7. Editor or director of the periodical or database.
8. Version number of the source, of for a journal, the volume number, issue number, or other identifying number
9.Date of electronic publication, of the last update, or of the posting.
10. Total number of pages (if they are numbered)
11. Name of the institution or organization sponsoring or associated with the Internet site.
12.Date when you accessed the source
13. Electronic address of the source (in angle brackets)
and Composition Handbook (Grade 10). New York: Glencoe McGraw-Hill, 2002.