In order for your work to be properly organized, you need to carefully approach the formation of a list of used literature.
What to do with books and manuals, it is understandable, but the design of the article can cause some difficulties.
You will need
- Information about the article, text editor.
Specify the name and initials of the author of the article. Making an article in the list of literature should begin with the author's last name. After that, enter the initials through the space. For example: Ivanov II. Do not forget that after each initial point is put. If there are several authors, specify them with a comma: Ivanov II, Petrov PP
Write the title of the article with a capital letter, notUsing quotation marks. Between the already mentioned initials and the title of the article, there should not be any punctuation marks, except for the point after the initials of the last author. You should come to this result: Ivanov II, Petrov PP. Why does the sun shine?
Specify the name of the journal or publication where thePublished the article you used in this paper. The title of the publication is written without quotes. Between the title of the article and the publication, put a space, two slashes, inclined to the right side, and again a space. Example: Ivanov II, Petrov PP Why does the sun shine? // The science.
Write further the year of publication, the number in which wasPublished an article, and the pages on which it is located. Indicate this data through a dash. Note that when specifying pages, you should use the abbreviation "with.", And not with "p.". The article is framed correctly if it has the following form: Ivanov II, Petrov PP Why does the sun shine? // Science - 2011 - № 6 - with. 14-15.
Change the order of the article, if it wasTaken from an electronic source. In this case, after the year of publication in square brackets, indicate that this is an electronic resource. Example: Ivanov II, Petrov PP Why does the sun shine? // Science - 2011. [Electronic resource].
Write the address where theThe article you used. After the URL, indicate in parentheses the date of your access to this source. The end result: Ivanov II, Petrov PP Why does the sun shine? // Scientific Library - 2011. [Electronic resource]. URL: link (date of treatment is 27.09.2011).