A Works Cited page gives credit to all of the sources you have used for your research. Works stands for your sources used and cited means you are "citing" them or giving credit to them.
A Works Cited page prevents plagiarism and shows others that you used reliable, credible sources to support your work.
1. Get all of your sources or source note sheets together.
2. Begin with one of your sources to create a citation. Go to EasyBib
3. Choose MLA 8
4. Choose the type of source you are citing (web site, interview, etc.)
5. Create a citation.
6. Copy the citation onto a Word or a Google document. Repeat this process for all sources.
5. After pasting all of your citations on one document, create your Works Cited page by doing the following:
a. Type Works Cited in the middle of the page and center it. b. Use a legible font (like Times New Roman, Arial) and point size 10 to 12. c. Organize them in alphabetical order by author's last name (use the title if no author is given). d. For each citation, any second or third lines should have a hanging indent. How to create a Hanging Indent in Google Docs e. This is the last page of your paper so attach it last.