An in-text or parenthetical reference follows a quotation or paraphrase used in the text of your paper and leads the reader to the complete citation in the works cited page.
General Format: Author(s) Last Name, First Name. Book Title. Edition. City Published. Publisher Name, Year Published. Medium.
Rozakis, Laurie. Schaum's Quick Guide to Writing Great Research Papers. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2007.
|Book with an editor||
Flippo, Rona F. and David C. Caverly, eds. Handbook of College Reading and Study Strategy Research. New York: Routledge, 2008
Breneman, David W. “Institutional Perspectives on Student Success.” College Success: What It Means and How to Make It Happen. Ed. Michael S. McPherson and Morton Owen Schapiro. New York: College Board, 2008.35-48.
Phifer, Paul. College Majors &Careers: A Resource Guide For Effective Life Planning. Ferguson, 2009. eBook Collection (EBSCOhost). 15 Mar. 2012
General Format: Author(s) Last Name, First name. “Article Title.” Journal Name. Volume Number. Issue Number (Year Published): Pages. Medium.
Smith, Vernon C. "Essential Tasks and Skills For Online Community College Faculty." New Directions For Community Colleges 150 (2010): 43-55. Academic Search Premier. 12 Mar. 2012
Ferguson, Niall. "Rich America, Poor America." Newsweek 23 Jan. 2012: 42-47
Muckenfuss, Mark. "UCR Said Near Med School Goal.“ Press-Enterprise 11 Mar. 2012: A1.
General Format: Author(s) Last Name, First name “Article Title.” Journal Name. Volume Number. Issue Number (Year Published): Pages. Date of item or last update of site. Database Name. Medium. Date Accessed.
|Article from database||
Smith, Vernon C. "Essential Tasks and Skills For Online Community College Faculty." New Directions For Community Colleges 150 (2010): 43-55. Academic Search Premier. 12 Mar. 2012.
|Article from a website (no author, no page numbers)||
“Rising Costs Make Climb to Higher Education Steeper.” USA Today. 12 Jan. 2007. 12 Mar. 2012.
|Entire website||“UNESCO: Building Peace through Education, Science and Culture, communication and information” www.unesco.org/en. Accessed 28 Nov. 2023.|
One page on a website
“UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science” UNESCO, 21 Sept. 2023, www.unesco.org/en/open-science/about?hub=686. Accessed 28 Nov. 2023.
An annotated bibliography is a list of sources formatted in the manner of a bibliography with a short paragraph after each entry. The paragraph provides a brief summary of the article and its relevancy to the main subject.
When creating an annotated bibliography, consult with your professor about any questions you have. Assignment requirements may vary according to the subject and professor.