Bibliography: Full-Text Articles from Databases Chicago Format (used for research papers in history classes) http://www.necc.mass.edu/library Format: Author, “Title of Article,” Periodical volume, number, date: page(s), URL. Examples: EbscoHost Cowen, Tricia. “Student Activists: Still a Strong Force,” Christian Science Monitor 93 no.84, 03/27/2001: 17. http://search.epnet.com. Halstead, Ted. “A Politics for Generation X,” Atlantic Monthly 284 issue 2, August 1999: 33-41. http://search.epnet.com. Gale Group InfoTrac Berins, Camilla. “Generation X,” New Statesman & Society 8 no.338, 02/03/1995: 22-23. http://infotrac.galegroup.com. “Generation Y’s First Vote,” Newsweek, 136 no.3, 07/07/2000: 26. http://infotrac.galegroup.com. CQ Researcher Cooper, Mary H. “Low Voter Turnout: Overview,” CQ Researcher 10, no.36, October 20, 2000: 833-856. http://library2.cqpress.com/cqresearcher/. bigchalk eLibrary Goldstein, Amy and Richard Morin. “Young Voters’ Disengagement Skews Politics,” The Washington Post, October 10, 2002: A01. http://elibrary.bigchalk.com. Michelle Locke. “Campuses Venues for Rallies, Politics.” AP Online, October 22, 2002. http://elibrary.bigchalk.com. Format for Online Encyclopedias: Reference works are usually not included in the Bibliography, however they should be cited appropriately in Footnotes. Note: ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ Begin your Bibliography on a separate page. Center the title Bibliography one inch from the top of the page. Entries are single-spaced, with double spacing between entries. Begin each entry at the left margin. Alphabetize entries by the author’s last name. When no author is given, alphabetize by the first letter of the title. Indent the second line (and any following lines) 5 spaces. Italicize names of books and journals & put titles of articles in quotations. Include the URL only up to the first “.com,” not the entire URL as it appears on your printout.