Sample bibliography page
Surviving my courses
Exam study guides
Fixing writing problems
Listening to lectures
One bite at a time
Writing with pizazz
Parable: Society of Apple Pickers
Seeking God's will?
African martyr's commitment
Mission trip fund-raising
10 ways to ruin mission trips
General education courses at SNU
When you look up stuff in preparation for writing something, you should acknowledge and report the use of those sources even if you do not use any direct quotes from them.
I do not like getting papers without a bibliography page. Such papers make me wonder if the author has concocted something out of thin air or, even worse, has copied from an Internet or printed source and does not want me to know the source of the copied material. [ SNUs statement on plagiarism ]
A bibliography page enhances and strengthens your writing (That means it can improve your grade!).
You can tell me all these things by including a proper bibliography page at the end of what you've written. On the other hand, a paper lacking a bibliography page may lead me to think one of two things (neither of which would be good for your grade):
If you did any research at all, give me a listing of your sources on a separate bibliography page. Use MLA format for those listings. [ sample bibliography entries ]
|Do your bibliography page right. Follow some models of the proper style. [ read more ]|
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