Start off with a four-line heading in the upper left corner (but not inside the margin) of your first page, including: your name, your professor's name, your course, and the assignment due date.
Don't label any of these elements! Just list the info itself. It will be double-spaced
Inside the margin/header, in the upper right corner, you'll include your last name and page number.
The Works Cited should be its own page and not be combined with the final page of your paper. Center the title on the top line. If you only used one source, the title should reflect that as Work Cited rather than Works Cited. No other formatting should be done.
References should be listed in alphabetical order by whatever the first name or word is. A work without an author will be alphabetized by the first word of the article title.
All references will be double-spaced, just like everything else. They will also use a hanging indent.
The other pages of this guide will help you create the References themselves. If you need additional help, please get in touch with a librarian!