In the Paragraph Dialog Box, under Indentation, increase the left indent to 0.5”.
Many educators support the integration of fine arts into early education:
These forms of learning, which are vital to the processes of expression and making meaning, should be
central to the education experience. By making the arts the core of the curriculum, societies can begin to
reaffirm their cultural role of giving our lives a sense of identity, belonging and purpose. (Wright, 1997, pp.
4. Secondary or indirect sources: When the source that you’re reading cites another author’s work that
you are discussing, cite the secondary source (the source you’ve read) in the reference list, but in the
text, include both the original work (primary source)and secondary source in your citation. For
example, if Grodin’s work is cited in Jones and you did not read Grodin’s work, list Jones in the
reference list. In the text, the citation would look like this:
Grodin (as cited in Jones, 2004) concluded that librarians are one of the more trusted professions in the United States.
All sources included in the references section must be cited in the body of the paper. The references section
begins on a new page with the heading “References” centered on the first line below the manuscript page
header. The references begin on the line following the references heading. Entries are organized by last
names of first authors. Most reference entries have four components :
Who, When, What, Where (in that order)
Who: Author(s): Multiple authors are listed in the same order as specified in the source, using last names
and initials. Commas separate all authors. When there are eight or more authors, list the first six and then
insert three ellipsis points, and add the last author’s name. Give surnames and initials for up to and
including seven authors. If no author is identified, the title of the document begins the reference.
When: Year of Publication: Place the year in parentheses following the author(s), with a period following the
closing parenthesis. If no publication date is identified, use “n.d.” in parentheses following the author(s).
What: Title: For a journal article, this includes the article title, journal title, volume (and sometimes issue)
number, and page number(s); for a book, it includes the title and, if applicable, the editor(s). Italicize titles
of journals, books, and web pages, and periodical volume numbers.
Where: City and State of Publication and Publisher
In general, Web documents include author and date (if known) as well as title, and URL (web address). Do
not include retrieval dates unless the source material may change over time (e.g. Wikis).