The examples provided are the most commonly cited types of sources such as books, articles in journals, magazines & newspapers, and miscellaneous sources including conferences, web pages, media & other electronic resources.
No Author or Editor - Reference Book : Merriam-Webster's collegiate dictionary (10th ed.). (1993). Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster.
Stot, J. C. (1995). Native Americans in children's literature. Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press.
Druin, A., & Solomon, C. (1996). Designing multimedia environments for children. New York, NY: J. Wiley & Sons.
Bace, L., & Cervantes, H. T. (2004). The bilingual special education interface (4th ed.). Upper Saddle River, N. J.: Merrill Prentice
Dunlap, L. L. (Ed.). (1997). An introduction to early childhood special education. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.
Chapter in an Edited Book:
Greenberg, S. (1998). Collaborative interfaces for the web. In C. Forsythe & E. Grose (Eds.), Human factors and web development
(pp. 241-253). Mahweh, NJ: Erlbaum.
McCarver, P.L. (2001). History of New England honey bees. Retrieved from http://www.ebrary.co.uk/html/bees.asp
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. (2009). Beyond boundaries: A year in review, 2008. Alexandria, VA: ASCD.
Journals, Magazines and Newspapers
Magazine, No Author, from a Printed Source:
Unsnarling the I-way traffic jams. (1998, January 12). Business Week, p. 87.
Magazine from a Printed Source:
Sachs, A. (2010, March 8). The untold war: Inside the hearts, minds, and souls of our soldiers. Time, 175(9), 18.
Online Magazine Article:
Bower, B. (2008, Feb. 9). Dawn of the city: Excavations prompt a revolution in thinking about the earliest cities. Science News,
173(6), 90-92. Retrieved from http://www.sciencenewsmagazine.org
Journal Article from a Printed Source:
Gallegos, B., & Rillero, P. (1996). Bibliographic database competencies for preservice teachers. Journal of Technology and Teacher
Education, 4(3/4), 231-246.
Journal Article with 8 or More Authors [also with doi]:
Witek, M., Węglarz, W. P., de Jong, L., van Dalen, G., Blonk, J. C. G., Heussen, P.,Van Duynhoven, J. (2010). The structural and
hydration properties of heat-treated rice studied at multiple length scales. Food Chemistry, 120(4), 1031-1040.
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