Works Cited Page
The Works Cited Page lists all the sources you USED in your paper. It is also the last page in your paper. This means you
must have cited the source in your paper in parenthesis. If it is not in your paper, it cannot occur on this page.
Set up this page in size 14 font in Times New Roman. Be sure to line spacing for double space.
List all the sources in alphabetical order by the first word on the card. The easiest way to do this is to take your cards and
put them in alphabetical order and copy and paste them from the citation machine paper we did at the beginning of the
paper. You will need a hanging indent to do the reverse indentation (the second line of each entry is indented)To make a
hanging indent go to Format. Choose paragraph. Look for Indentation and go to special. Click on the special arrow
and highlight hanging. This will automatically indent the lines for you. Remember I had to OK all your source cards, so
make sure the corrections have all been made. We took great pains making sure you did this right, so take your time and
If you end up with a problem check the indentation. Left and Right should be zero. Hanging by 0.5
Here is a sample page:
A.C.T. “Photographer.” Discover Program. Hunt Valley: A.C.T., 1996.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook
Handbook, 2006-07 Edition, Photographers , on the Internet at
http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos264.htm (visited August 01, 2006).
Evans, Art. Careers in Photography. Redonde Beach: Photo Data Research, 1992.
Hopke, William E. “Photographers and Camera Operators.” Encyclopedia of
Careers and Vocational Guidance. 1993.
Johnson, Bervin, Robert E. Mayer, and Fred Schmidt. Opportunities in
Photography Careers. Lincolnwood: VGM, 1991.
(Remember it is best to keep the electronic address on one line. That can be tough. If you have
problems bring jump drive and paper to me for help. Remember the trick to keep it from being underlined.
See the source card document page at the bottom.) You may also right click and remove the hyperlink.