Bibliography

  • The definition of a bibliography is:

    A list of resources at the end of a (research) project. Each item on the list is called a citation.

     

    Why do you need a bibliography?

    1. To let the reader (or viewer)  of your project know you used facts and reliable resources.
    2. To follow the copyright law and give credit to the people who created the original work.


    You also need to create a bibliographical citation to give credit when you use an image or quotation online in a wiki, blog, or website.

    Bibliographies  must follow a specific format---here is a tool to help you create citations to put in your bibiliographies.

    http://www.easybib.com/