Formatting Tips and Sample Works Cited Page
FORMATTING TIPS for the WORKS CITED PAGE
Create your Works Cited list on a separate page at the end of your paper.. The Works Cited list contains the same running head as the main text and the page numbering in the running head continues uninterrupted throughout.
Center the title, Works Cited, an inch from the top of the page. If the list contains only one source, make the heading Work Cited.
Double-space between the title and the first source in the list.
Double-space the entire list. Continue it on as many pages as necessary.
Alphabetize all citations in the list by author. If there is no author, alphabetize by the first word in the title (skip the words 'the' 'an' or 'a'.)
Begin each source entry flush with the left margin; if it runs more than one line, indent the subsequent line or lines half an inch from the left margin. This format is called hanging indention, and you can set your word processing program to create it automatically for a group of paragraphs. If you don't know how to do a hanging indent, try one of these quick video sites:
See below for how to do hanging indents in both Google docs and MS Word.
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