The Works Cited Page

You are almost finished with your paper!

It’s time to tidy up your Works Cited page.

If you are using MLA format . . .  your Works Cited page will look like this:

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https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/12/

In the example above:

–notice how the title of the page is Works Cited (no other words will do)

–entries are alphabetized

–the hanging indent is used . . . which means that the first line is at the left margin and the following lines for that entry are indented.

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Here is another example:

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(Invitation template)

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Remember that different types of resources (books, anthologies, websites, etc.) have slightly different formats.

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A useful tool is Noodletools.
There is a free Express version which is very helpful, but if you use their subscription version, you can automatically transfer your data to a properly formatted Works Cited page.

Here is a link to the free version of Noodletools:

http://www.noodletools.com/noodlebib/express.php

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I highly recommend it!

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Today’s Assignment:

1. Complete your final bibliography page (often called a Works Cited Page).

2. Be sure to double-check the instructions given by your professor.

3. Smile — you’re almost finished!