When you cite your material, you collect the citation information for the sources you have used and list them alphabetically on the last page of your paper. There are two different types of citation lists.
Bibliographies are lists of all the works you consulted to write a paper, even if you did not cite all of them directly in the paper.
Works Cited (other styles may call them References) pages consist of only works you have directly cited.
Consider using a citation manager instead of typing bibliographies and in-line citations by hand. It will save you time.
What information do you need to write an entry in a bibliography or works cited page? In general, you'll need the following elements:
If you have specific questions about citing your sources, writing tips, or help with editing, you can go to the following places on campus for more assistance.
Get in-person tutoring at the Student Learning Assistance Center, or SLAC, located on the 4th floor of Alkek Library. Check the website for hours and availability. SLAC also maintains a good handout page for quick reference.
The Writing Center is located on the first floor of ASB North. You can get help with all types of writing, including papers, essays, and resumes. The Writing Center offers in-person and online tutoring (check their website for more information). Round Rock patrons can seek assistance from the Round Rock Writing Center.