When creating your Works Cited Page, remember to:
Begin the Works Cited on a new page, but number consecutively. If the last page of your essay is page 3, the Works Cited is page 4
Alphabetize each entry by first letter of the entry
Use italics for all titles of books, magazines, films, etc.
Use quotes around any part of a larger entity - titles of poems, short stories, and articles (example: "Title of Essay." Title of Anthology from Where that Essay Came)
You will need to include the URL on internet sources - do not include http://
Indent all lines of each citation that follow the first line (called "hanging paragraph")
If you're citing an article or a publication that was originally issued in print form but was retrieved from an online database, you should type the online database name in italics. You will also need to include the original Year of publication, volume (vol.), number/issue (no.), and pages (pp.).
(Tips courtesy of Owl at Purdue)
On first line, left justified, enter:
Your Prossor's Name
The course you are writing this for