Remember that information I told you about for the citing post? Well this is where it is going to come in. You need all of that information to create a bibliography of all the titles you used within research and in the paper. Depending upon which format you are using, your bibliography can be different.

But if you don’t know how to write one a great site to go to is BibMe. On this site they have guides on bibliographies for each type of format that I talked about earlier this month as well as a bibliography generator. So it’s fun to look at!



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  1. Another trick for correct citations is to go to Google Scholar and search for the article/book you’re citing. Click on “cite” underneath the article and it’ll give you the citation in MLA, APA, and Chicago formats. It’s not always 100% accurate, but I’ve found it’s easier to change it a bit than to type everything in with Bib Me or Citation Machine.

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