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Regulations & Procedures Relating to Bibliographies

A bibliography is the ‘trail’ of reading that a student uses to inform thinking for an essay or assignment. A bibliography is organized alphabetically by the author’s last name.

Setting up a Bibliography:

  1. Books
    • Author’s last name and initials
    • Date published – in brackets
    • Name of book underlined
    • Place of publication
    • Publisher

    Single Author
    (Example) Ward, M. (1995) Celebrating Women Cambridge, University Press

    More than one Author
    (Example) Edwards, B., Horrocks, N. (1992) Reporting for Television Palmerston
                     North, Dunmore Press

    Chinese Version
    李坤崇(1999) 《多元化教學評量》。台北:心理出版社。
     
  2. Journals, Magazines, Newspapers
    • Author’s name and initials
    • Date published – in brackets
    • Title of the article in quotation marks
    • Name of paper or magazine –underlined
    • Place of publication
    • Volume (if applicable)
    • Page number
    • Publisher

    (Example) Booth, P. (1986) “The Arthur Thomas Case Revisited” NZ Herald 
    Feb 11, 2: 13

    Chinese Version
    祝新華(2001) <當代中國語文測試的五個「平衝」問題 促進中文教學的測試改進策略>。載李學銘主編《語文測試的理論和實踐》,頁84-96,香港:商務印書館。

  3. Internet
    • Author’s name and initials if available
    • Article title if appropriate
    • Full date of the resource if available
    • Date of access
    • Site address

    (Example) Midbon, M (2000), Jan 13 2004 A Day without Yesterday: George Lemaitre and the Big Bang
    http://catholiceducation.org/articles/science/sc0022.html

    Chinese Version
    童宜慧、張基成(1997) 《網路化學習歷程檔案系統》,於 http://acbe.tku.edu.tw/iccai8/109/109.htm

Regulations & Procedures Relating to Bibliographies

A bibliography is the ‘trail’ of reading that a student uses to inform thinking for an essay or assignment. A bibliography is organized alphabetically by the author’s last name.

Setting up a Bibliography:

  1. Books
    • Author’s last name and initials
    • Date published – in brackets
    • Name of book underlined
    • Place of publication
    • Publisher

    Single Author
    (Example) Ward, M. (1995) Celebrating Women Cambridge, University Press

    More than one Author
    (Example) Edwards, B., Horrocks, N. (1992) Reporting for Television Palmerston
                     North, Dunmore Press

    Chinese Version
    李坤崇(1999) 《多元化教學評量》。台北:心理出版社。
     
  2. Journals, Magazines, Newspapers
    • Author’s name and initials
    • Date published – in brackets
    • Title of the article in quotation marks
    • Name of paper or magazine –underlined
    • Place of publication
    • Volume (if applicable)
    • Page number
    • Publisher

    (Example) Booth, P. (1986) “The Arthur Thomas Case Revisited” NZ Herald 
    Feb 11, 2: 13

    Chinese Version
    祝新華(2001) <當代中國語文測試的五個「平衝」問題 促進中文教學的測試改進策略>。載李學銘主編《語文測試的理論和實踐》,頁84-96,香港:商務印書館。

  3. Internet
    • Author’s name and initials if available
    • Article title if appropriate
    • Full date of the resource if available
    • Date of access
    • Site address

    (Example) Midbon, M (2000), Jan 13 2004 A Day without Yesterday: George Lemaitre and the Big Bang
    http://catholiceducation.org/articles/science/sc0022.html

    Chinese Version
    童宜慧、張基成(1997) 《網路化學習歷程檔案系統》,於 http://acbe.tku.edu.tw/iccai8/109/109.htm
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