Your paper ends with a list of all the sources cited in the text of the paper. Follow these rules for the reference list.
Use the Cite Tools in databases such as EBSCO’s CINAHL with caution!
While the citations created can be a good “starting point,” they often have errors. Make sure you proofread and correct! Pay particular attention to capitalization, punctuation, and italicization. Look for missing information, such as the DOI. EBSCO posts this at the top of each set of citations created by the tool:
...Make any necessary corrections before using. Pay special attention to personal names, capitalization, and dates. Always consult your library resources for the exact formatting and punctuation guidelines.
See the document below for an example and more information.
APA style requires you to use a hanging indent for your sources. These are instructions for creating a hanging indent in Word documents.
Right click your mouse to open the Paragraph tab, or choose it from the ribbon bar.
Under "Special," select "Hanging."