Author's name: Last Name, First Name. Book Title (italicized). Publisher, year.
Sparks, Nicholas. The Best of Me. Grand Central Publishing, 2011.
Author's Name(s): Last Name, First Name. "Title of Article." Journal Title (italicized), volume, issue, month year, page numbers. name of database (italicized), stable URL, (if none can be found use doi number)
Segal, Scott, et al. "Plagiarism in Residency Application Essays." Annals of Internal Medicine, vol. 153, no. 2, July 2010, pp. 112-120. MEDLINE Complete, doi:10.7326/0003-4819-153-2-201007200-00007.
Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Page Title.” Name of Website, Publisher, Date, URL.
Howell, Elizabeth. “Exoplanets: Worlds Beyond Our Solar System.” Space.com, 30 Mar. 2018, www.space.com/17738-exoplanets.html.
Note: All of these samples include the director's name, you may leave it out if it is not important for your citation. Alternately, if it is the focus of your citation, you may begin the citation with the director's name. If you begin with the director, follow it with a period, and then the title(s), followed by another period.
“Title of Episode.” Title of Series, directed by Director’s Name, season #, episode #, Name of Studio/Distributor, 1 Jan. 2020. Name of Streaming Website, URL.
“Title of Episode.” Title of Series/Collection, directed by Director’s Name, season #, episode #, Name of Distributor, Year.
Title of Show. Directed by Director’s Name, Studio/Distributor, Year-Range.
Title of Film. Directed by Director, performances by Lead Performer(s), Studio/Distributor, Year.
Author. Title. Translated by Translator’s Name, vol. #, Publisher, Year.
Author. Title. Translated by Translator’s Name, Publisher, Year-Range. # vols.
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