"Plagiarism is when you pretend that you have written or created a piece of work that someone else originated. It is cheating, it is dishonest, and it could jeopardise your HSC exam results."
What’s a Bibliography?
A bibliography is a list of all sources ( also called ‘references’ or 'citations') you used to create a report.
Why is it important?
Why should I follow a format ?
You should list your sources according to the preferred College format given in the School Diary or created using the school's Citemaker. Following the format consistently:
How should I list my sources?
List your sources alphabetically by author or if no author by the title of the website.
Why should I use Citemaker?
It tells you what bits of information you need to record for each source type and punctuates it (full stops, commas, etc). Using Citemaker for every source ensures the format is consistent.
Your Bibliography should have a heading, Bibliography.
Your references are listed in alphabetical order by author OR title of the website.
DO NOT bullet or number list your references.
An example of bibliography for a research report on child labour is shown below.
D'Adamo, F. (2005). Iqbal. New York: Aladdin.
Universal Declaration of Human Rights. (2017). In World Book Student. Retrieved from http://www.worldbookonline.com/student/article?id= ar266540&st=universal+declaration+of#tab=homepage
CiteMaker.com is a smart citation machine and bibliography maker for formatting referenced in APA format. This online citation machine includes an in-text citation generator.
To make the most of this tool, login and create your account to save information into an online Bibliography. You can download the Citemaker Chrome extension on your Chrome browser to capture websites to your Bibliography.