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Citation Style: APA 6th Edition: The References Page
Your references page should begin at the top of a new page and follow all of the rules outlined in the Basic Formatting tab. In addition:
There should be no extra spaces between citations
All citations should be alphabetized by the first word of the citation
Each citation should have a hanging indent
Every in-text citation in your paper should have a reference
See the example References page below (click it to view larger):
References Page Video Tutorial
For help with the References page, view the video tutorial below. In this video, the librarian shows you how to properly format the Reference Page of your APA paper in Microsoft Word, cite 3 types of sources (website, journal article, and book), create the hanging indent, and alphabetize your citations.
Using Citefast to Generate APA Citations for Your References Page
In this video, the librarian shows you how to use the Citefast.com website to generate citations for your APA references page. She uses 4 examples: an article from CQ Researcher, an article from the Proquest database, an Ebook, and a website.