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No research work is complete without a list of references used.  A bibliography is a list of books, articles, etc., used in a report or project. Each entry is arranged alphabetically by the author's last name.  The second and following lines in each entry are indented.  Below are examples for each type of electronic source:

Web Site
Author Last Name, Author First Name. Title of Item. [Online] Available http://address/filename, date of document or download.
EXAMPLE:

Goff, Cheryl. Kendrick Middle School. [Online] Available http://www.ccps.ga.net/kms, April 20, 2001. 

E-Mail
Author Last Name, Author First Name. Subject Line of Message. [Online] Available email: student@adress.edu from author@address.edu, date of document or download.
EXAMPLE:

Taylor, Barry. Hubble Space Telescope image enhancement techniques. [Online] Available email: student2@exeter.high.edu from btaylor@hst.nasa.gov, January 23, 1997. 

Online Images
Description or Title of Image. [Online Image] Available http://address/filename, date of document or download.
EXAMPLE:

Hubble Space Telescope release in the Space Shuttle's Payload Bay. [Online Image] Available http://explorer.arc.nasa.gov/pub/SPACE/GIF/04-015.gif, October 1, 1996. 

Online Sounds
Description or Title of Sound. [Online Sound] Available http://address/filename, date of document or download.
EXAMPLE:

Reflections on Apollo. [Online Sound] Available http://town.hall.org/radio/IMS/NASA/1000ITR.au, September 25, 1996. 

Online Sounds
Description or Title of Video Clip. [Online Video Clip] Available http://address/filename, date of document or download.
EXAMPLE:

Shoemaker-Levy Comet enters Jupiter's atmosphere and breaks up. [Online Video Clip] Available http://ftp.cribx1.u-bordeaux.fr/anim/breakingup.mpg, March 5, 1996.


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