SAMPLE BIBLIOGRAPHY ENTRIES (Based on MLA Standards) 
A bibliography is an alphabetical list of all the sources used in your research. Sources are alphabetized by author or, if no author is given, by title and second or third lines are indented. 

BOOKS:
One Author:
Hoving, Thomas. Tutankhamun. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1978.

More than One Author :
Cooper, Robert K. and Leslie L. Cooper. Low-Fat Living. Emmaus, PA: Rodale Press, 1996.

No Author Given:
The Amazing Universe. Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 1991.

PERIODICALS:
Begley, Sharon. "A Healthy Dose of Laughter." Newsweek  4 Oct. 2004: 65.

"A Walk Across America: Part II." National Geographic August, 1979: 52.

PERIODICALS ONLINE:
Barton, Horace. "Human Cloning?" Newsweek  28 December 2004. Infotrac,  18 March 2005  
        <http://infotrac.galegroup.com> .
          
NEWSPAPER:
Collins, Glenn. "Single Father Survey." New York Times 21 November 2000: 20.

"Low Cholesterol Level Key." Providence Journal-Bulletin 24 November 2002: A6.

ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES: Print and Online:
"Animal Rights." World Book Encyclopedia. 2004 edition.

Stemple, James. "Solar Energy." Book of Popular Science. 2000.

"Wyoming." World Book. 24 May 2005. <http://www.worldbookonline>.

PAMPHLET: (Usually the same as book with no author given)
Smoking and Your Lungs. Providence, Rhode Island: American Lung Association, 2002.

TELEVISION PROGRAM:
"Legacy: India." WSBE, Channel 36, Providence, Rhode Island. August 22, 2003.

INTERVIEW:
Patinkin, Mark. Telephone interview. April 26, 2003.

ONLINE SERVICES and the INTERNET:
 Gordon, Daniel. "Acid Rain." 20 March 2001     
        <http://www.evergreensources.com/pollution/rain.html>.

"Plant Extracts."  23 February 2004. <http://www.sciences.com/scidata/edu.html>.

(For more detailed MLA citations, go to www.bedfordstmartin.com/online/cite5.html )