The information on this page will help you to create a Works Cited page worthy of your AWESOME research project. See Mr. Moczydlowski with any questions.
How do I add a "hanging indent" in Google Docs?
1) Make sure the top ruler is visible. If it's not, click "View"-->Show Ruler
2) Highlight your citations
3) On the ruler, use the to set your hanging indent. First drag the triangle in 0.5", so it looks like this:
4) Next, slide the top rectangle back to where it was, so it looks like this:
5) Nice job! You just set the highlighted text to have a hanging indent!
How do I add a "hanging indent" in MS Word?
Highlight your citations > R click on highlighted text > Paragraph > Under "Indentation", set the "Special" indent to "Hanging"
How do I cite a research app like World Book Online, Marshall Cavendish Digital or SIRS Discoverer?
These resources GIVE you the citation--you just have to find it. World Book puts it at the bottom of the article. MC Digital has you click the "Cite This" button. Find the citation, and copy/paste it into your Works Cited page. **EasyBib and CiteFast will NOT work for these sources, since they require a login!
How do I cite a website or book?
Go to EasyBib.com or Citefast.com > Select MLA format > Select the type of source (website or book) > give it what it asks for (for books, use the ISBN number; for websites, copy/paste the URL) and hit enter > add or change any info you need to, then click "add citation" or "create citation" > copy/paste the citation into your Works Cited page > be sure to use the middle Paste option (merge formatting) so it puts the pasted text into the font/size you're already using!