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Even after you've consulted a style guide, you may find terminology in the world of online research and citation confusing. Consult a librarian if you have trouble identifying any of the citation elements indicated in these guides (e.g., database name and database provider; file number; protocol; file path; etc.).
The Physical Page Format
Write and center the phrase "Works Cited" at the top of the page.
Alphabetize all entries (skipping articles, "A," "An," and "The."
Double-space throughout. Do not skip extra lines between entries!
All entries end in a period.
Use hanging indents (5 spaces or the tab key).
Make sure your name and page number appear in top right corner. Pagination follows the page numbers of the actual paper (the works cited will be the last numbered page(s) of your paper).