Writing a Bibliography

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What is a Bibliography?

 A bibliography is a list of all of the sources of information you have used for an assignment.

Why do I need to write a bibliography?

 A bibliography helps you and your teacher know where you got your information from and it lets your teacher know you are giving proper credit for your sources of information.

What do I need to include in a bibliography?

You should list every source you use such as a book, a movie, a website, an image, an interview or any information that did not come from you.

Where do I put the bibliography for my assignment?

The bibliography goes at the end of your assignment. The title of this page should be Bibliography. The sources on the list are arranged alphabetically


EXAMPLE OF A BIBLIOGRAPHY using the Online Referencing Generator

Brian, J 2006, Hoosh! Camels in Australia, ABC Books, 2005.

Coleridge, A 1997, Feral Animals, Macmillan Company, South Melbourne.

Feral Animals 1999, Gould League of Victoria, Melbourne.

Feral Pigs 2017, Canberra, accessed 15 May 2017, <http://www.pestsmart.org.au/pest-animal-species/feral-pig/>.

Feral Pigs n.d., Canberra, accessed 15 May 2017, <http://www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/invasive-species/feral-animals-australia/feral-pigs>.

Olsen, P 1998, Australia's Pest Animals, Kangaroo Press, East Roseville, NSW.

Wilson, G, Dexter, N & O'Brien, P 1992, Pest animals in Australia, Kangaroo Press, Kenthurst.








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