Yes. In listing your resources, use the format found in the Honors Program Guide bibliography for each Theme (see example below). Be consistent with and formal in the way you present the citations for your sources. While it is NOT necessary to use APA or MLA formatting for your sources, please be sure to include the author's name, title of publication, publication year, and a brief description.
For websites, provide a document title or description, a date (either the date of publication or the date of retrieval from the Internet), and a web address (URL). Whenever possible, identify the authors of a document as well.
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Submitting more than 8 sources is not allowed. Additional ancillary materials and/or links to those materials will not be considered for judging.
St. Amant, Mark. Committed. 2005.
St. Amant discusses fantasy football, a competitive activity for some 20 million people. He tracks progression of the hobby from its beginnings in the early 1960s to what is now a multibillion dollar business. St. Amant explains why fantasy sports capture people's attention in a culture of competition and helped us better understand their appeal.