All of the following samples are taken from: (In the above sample, the name of the organization is the author. Scholarly Article (with multiple authors): Calvo, M. Provide the DOI when available for electronic documents. Italicize the title of the magazine and capitalize all keywords in the title. Cite primary contributors in the Author's space followed by their contributing role in parentheses.
Note that only proper names are capitalized in the title, and the edition number follows the title.) Book: (This sample from Purdue OWL) Calfee, R. If a DOI is not available for a scholarly article retrieved online, you should supply the URL of the journal's homepage (NOT the URL from the database). Italicize the volume number to set it off from the page numbers. Other forms for [Type of map] include: Road Map: Plattsburgh, Clinton County: Dannemora, Peru, Keeseville, Champlain, Rouses Point, New York State, 3rd ed.
Italicize the title of the journal and capitalize all words in the title of the journal.
Scholarly Article Note: Do not set off the title of the article with quotes, italics, underlines, or capital letters (except for the first word, proper names or after a colon).
When possible provide author or creator, year of publication, title, and publishing and/or retrieval data.
Be sure to provide enough information so your readers can locate the source on their own.
When it comes to margins, keep them consistent across the left, right, top, and bottom of the page.
All four sides should be the same distance from the edge of the paper.
Note authors' names, indentations, spare use of capital letters, page numbers, and use of periods and commas.
Online Map: Follow the map citation guidelines as above, but also include a stable URL where the map is found.