Rules for the Web-based activity;Minumum one, maximum 3 pages;Indent the first line of each paragraph;Present your points in logical order;Be cautious about using web sites as references - anyone can put just about anything on a web site, and;you have no sure way of knowing if it is truth or fiction.;Important points in your final research paper;Always double space, including the text of your paper, quotations, notes, and the list of works cited;(Reference list).;Use one-inch margins top, bottom, left, and right.;Use a reference list page for reference to parenthetical citations.;Within the text of your paper, where parentheses should show your readers where you found each piece;of information that you have used. These textual citations allow the reader to refer to your Works Cited;page(s) for further information.;Number pages in the upper right hand corner of the page.;The Reference list (works Cited) page immediately follows the text of the paper. It lists all of the sources;used to write the paper.;Alphabetize by the authors' last names. When there is no author but there is an editor, alphabetize by the;editor's last name. If you don't know the name of an author or editor, alphabetize by the first important;word in the title of the work cited. Center the title Reference List (Works cited) one inch from the top of the;sheet.;The most important thing to remember when creating a reference list is to be consistent.;Remember, you must always have a reference list page as well as in-text citations to avoid plagiarism.;Citation is the listing of information to guide the reader to where you found your information.
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