Citing the source
For any writing assignment, you must create a bibliography at the end of your document. This will list all your references and must include all the details for your readers to identify and retrieve them easily. While it testifies of your research work and of your respect to author copyrights, this reference list also increases the credibility of your arguments.
You can organise your bibliography however you wish by adopting the citation standard required by your institution or one that best suits you.
Make a point to find out about your institution's regulatory framework in this regard. Opt for a single citation standard throughout your document and for all your cited sources.
Your bibliography at the end of the document should include all the documents you used during your research. Don't forget to cite the online references, pages and resources used during your research as part of a webography. A webography may constitute all or part of your bibliography, depending on the nature of your sources.
So, what are you waiting for? To enhance your work, opt for an effective bibliography!