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Whether you use index cards or an electronic log to keep track of your resources, you must always have a references page at the end of your paper.
This LibGuide will provide information that ties together the results of your research process and your final research paper. In this page, you will learn to format a references page using videos and a checklist. There is also a sample references page for you to look at. Feel free to compare it to the checklist.
Header (Previously Formatted for the Main Body)
- Short title in all caps
- Page number to the right
- New Page separate from Main Body
- Title is centered
- References – is the title, only the first letter is capitalized
- All Double-spaced
- Each has a hanging indent
- Organized in alphabetical order
FORMATTING BASICS BY OWL PURDUE