I'm not sure what happened - maybe the district was updating its software - but I've been locked out of my account for about forty-eight hours, and just got back in at 4:30pm. I'm not surprised to see that many of you are wondering where the Works Cited instructions are, considering that I've had them prepped and ready to go for some time. Here they are.
If you're citing a book, this is the format you want:
Author (Last Name, First Name). Title. Publisher's Location: Publisher, Date of Publication.
Lawrence, Matt. Like a Splinter in Your Mind: The Philosophy Behind the Matrix Trilogy. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 2004.
If you're citing a book that collects works from a variety of authors, use this format:
Editor (Last Name, First Name). Title. Publisher's Location: Publisher, Date of Publication.
Yefeth, Glenn, ed. Taking the Red Pill: Science, Philosophy, and Religion in The Matrix. Dallas: BenBella, 2003.
If you're citing an article from a newspaper, magazine, or website, these are the formats you want:
Author Name (if known). "Article Name." Newspaper/Magazine Title. Issue Date/Date Read. Address of article online (if you're taking it from the Internet).
"The Matrix Revolutions: Meaning & Interpretations." Los Angeles Times. 8 Nov. 2007. http://www.latimes.com/revolutions/meaning.php.
Cline, Austin. "The Matrix & Skepticism." 2 Nov. 2007. http://atheism.about.com/library/FAQs/religion/blrel_matrix_skep.htm.
If you're citing an interview from the Internet, use this format:
Interviewee. Interview. "Title of Piece." Date of Publication. Date Read. address of article online.