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Norwood Secondary College Subject Guides: Bibliography Templates

Bibliography Templates

Below are several bibliography templates. They are there to help you find the information you need to complete the bibliography.

These are just  templates. DO NOT submit your bibliography in a table like this. You must submit it as a list. Below is an example of a bibliography similar to one you may submit. Make sure you give it a title, so we know it is your bibliography. 


Example of a Bibliography

Australian War Museum, Second World War 1939-1945, viewed 31 August 2016,

Dahl, R James and the Giant Peach, London, Alfred A. Knopf Inc., 1961

Rowling, J.K, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, London, Bloomsbury, 1998

Saldais, M & Jackson L, Humanities Alive: History 2, Milton, Jacaranda, 2007

As you can see from this example. A bibliography is put in a list alphabetically by the last name of an author (book) or the organisation name (website). They are put together on one list as show above. If you use your template well, you will simply be able to copy and paste the required information to create a bibliography Remember to label your bibliography as bibliography, and to include ALL resources you used on the list. 

You may need more, or less lines in the table. This depends on your research depth. Feel free to add more if you wish.