Requirements of the Notes and Bibliography system:
Full notes or shortened notes? There are two reasons you might use shortened notes:
Within the text of your paper, insert a superscript number after a sentence that refers to a resource. You must include a corresponding citation in a footnote or endnote and include a full citation in the Bibliography. The illustration below shows a superscript note referenced within the text.
The following image is a shortened citation. Shortened citations can be used (1) in a work with no bibliography when referencing a source that has already been referenced in full in another citation or (2) in a work that requires a bibliography for all notes.
All references noted within the paper must be included in the bibliography. In the bibliography, author names are inverted and ordered alphabetically. Also, note that the publication information is formatted differently than in the note with full citation above.