|Type of citation||In text citation example||Works cited page example|
|Webpage (short work)||(Kamenetz).||Kamenetz, Anya. “How College Friendships May Affect Student Success.” National Public Radio, 2 Nov. 2016, www.npr.org/sections/ed/2016/11/02/499351266/how-college-friendships-may-affect-student- success.|
Parker, Ava. Personal Interview. By Jill McCormick, 5 May 2018.
|Published interview (online)||(Littles).||Littles, Robbie. Interviewed by Brian Kelley. Palm Beach State College, 7 May 2014, https://palmbeachstate-mtis.mediaspace.kaltura.com/media/Robbie+Littles/1_crlhrv1v|
*If the source has no date, add access date at end: Accessed 13 Sept. 2018.
When do I include page numbers?
For articles and other short works often found periodicals, anthologies, and collections, where many authors can be present, give the page number/page range. Remember to also always cite the page numbers in your in-text citations when the source has them.
For a whole work like a book from one author, do not list the page number/s in the works cited citation. Again, you will still reference the page number/s in your in-text citation.
When the source does not have page numbers you may leave that element out.
How do I write out a source with two authors?
Write out the first author's name last name then first name. Then write the second author's name with their first name before the last name. Write "and" in between both names.
How do I write out a source with three or more authors?
Write out the first listed author's name, last name, first name, followed by "et al."
What if my source has no author/s?
If you are absolutely sure there are no authors, begin the citation with the title of the source.
Images and examples from the PBSC Library Citations Quick Guide; Bedford Handbook 11th Edition