How to…Make a Bibliography
*Alphabetize by author’s last name.
*If no author, go by the first main word of the title.
*Use the bibliography style that
your teacher requests. If you are not given a particular style to
follow, use the guide below.
1. Book with one author:
Blodgett, E.D. Alice Munro. Boston: Twayne, 1988.
2. Book with more than one author:
Elwood, Ann, and Linda C. Wood. Windows in Space. New York:
3. Article in a magazine:
Daglish, Brenda, “A Matter of Interest.” Maclean’s, February 15, 1993,
4. Article in a newspaper:
Smith, Beverly, “Canadians Skate to Gold Medal,” The Globe and Mail,
March 11, 1993. p. A1.
5. Article in an encyclopedia:
Humber, William. “Bicycling.” The Canadian Encyclopedia, 1988.
6. Video or Film:
Shooting Stars. Videotape. National Film Board of Canada (Toronto),
1987. 49 min., 30 sec.
7. Radio or television program:
“Haida Gwaii – Islands of the People.” Nature. PBS, December 19, 1992.
Delaney, Daphne (musician). Personal interview, Toronto, April 10, 2006.
9. Information from the Internet:
Include the web site address and the date the information was researched.
http://www.cableeducation.ca (January 1, 2001)