Answered By: Katie Hutchison
Last Updated: Aug 24, 2016     Views: 74

Information required for a reference to a brochure or pamphlet includes:

  • Author or corporate author
  • Title
  • City or location of publisher
  • Publisher
  • Copyright date
  • Medium of publication

Examples of References:

Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario. A Graphic Designer's Guide to Pro Bono Work. Toronto: RGD Ontario, 2007. Print.

Natioanl Film Board of Canada. Stop-Motion Animation Workshop. Animation Resources. N.p.: NFB, n.d. Print.

Society of Graphic Designers of Canada. Vancouver Island Chapter. Design Cares Travelling Exhibit: A Celebration of the Role Designers Are Taking To Make a Positive Impact on the World. N.p.: GDC, n.d. Print.

Examples of In-Text Citations:

The Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario indicates that it is fairly common for professional graphic designers to offer their services free-of-charge to charities and non-profit organizations as a way of giving back to the community (1).

A thaumatrope is an optical game invented by an English physician named John Ayrton (Nat'l. Film Board, Stop-Motion Animation Workshop 4).

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