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Citations

**this is the approved CBE format for citing your research sources. There are different ways to cite Magazines, Newspapers, Internet sources

Magazines

Print Author’s last name, Initial(s). (Year, Month, Day). Title of article. Title of Magazine, Volume, page(s).
 

e.g.

Savage, C. (1999, January/February). Winter’s warmest beasts. Canadian Geographic, 119, 30-32.

Online

Author's last name, Initial(s). (Year, Month, Day). Title of article. Title of Magazine, Volume, page(s) . Retrieved Month Day Year from the Internet: URL

 

e.g.

Davies, T. (1998, July 27). A cyber legend. Maclean’s, 111, 10. Retrieved February 16, 1999 from the Internet: http://www.epnet.com/ehost/login.html

Newspapers

Print or Online Author’s last name, Initial(s). (Year, Month, Day). Title of article. Title of Newspaper, page(s).
 

e.g.

Mofina, R. (1999, January 25). North gets new area code today. Calgary Herald, p. A1.

Books

General Format Author’s last name, Initial(s). (Year). Title of Book., City, Province/State: Publisher.
  e.g.
One Author

Lane, B. (1998). Crime & detection. Toronto, ON: Stoddart.

No author

Reader’s Digest illustrated great world atlas. (1997). Montreal, PQ: Reader’s Digest.

Two to five authors

Francis, R.D., Jones, R., & Smith, D.B. (1988). Destinies: Canadian history since Confederation. Toronto, ON: Holt.

Internet

 

Author’s last name, Initial(s). (Date). Title of article. Retrieved Month Day, Year from the Internet: URL

Author

e.g.

Striemer, M.L. (1999). Building bridges. Retrieved March 22, 2000 from the Internet: http://www.2learn.ca/research/rss.html

 

No author

Sports nutrition: Nutrition science & the Olympics. (1998). Retrieved January 24, 1999 from the Internet: http://btc.montana.edu/olympics/nutrition/default.htm

Corporate Author

Centre for Systems Science at Simon Fraser University. (1996). Great Canadian scientists. Retrieved May 14, 1999 from the Internet: http://fas.sfu.ca/css/gcs/main.html