For more information see the following guides:
Citations are included in the Films on Demand videos. Just click on the Cite link under the video playing window, choose the appropriate citation format, and copy and paste the citation into your paper.
Most databases have citation tools that provide the user with MLA or APA Citations. Just look for "Citation Tools" or "Cite" links in the "Tools" box, and then select the citation in the appropriate format, copy, and paste into your paper.
Gale Databases: Academic Onefile, Opposing Viewpoints
Click on the link for "Citation Tools"
on the right side of the screen.
Ebsco Databases: Academic Search Complete, CINHAL Plus, ERIC
Once you find and article, look at the "Tools" bar
on the right side of the page.
Click on "Cite"
To alphabetize in Google Docs, go to the Add-ons tab > Sorted Paragraphs > Sort A to Z
Each source should be listed in alphabetical order by author's last name, and formatted so that the first line aligns with the left margin, and all subsequent lines are indented .5". To do this in Microsoft Word, just hit Ctrl + T.
If that doesn't work, follow screens below.
In Microsoft Word, on the Home tab, click on the arrow in the lower right of the 'Paragraph' box.
This window will appear.