For this assignment, your professor would like you to use Word Reference Manager. This tool is designed to help you keep track of your sources and use them easily (and ethically) within your paper.
The below will explain how you can use Word's Reference Manager to create citations, use sources in-line, and create a Works Cited page.
Follow these steps to add an article that you've found to Word's Reference Manager:
Your article will now appear in the Master List and the Current List. The Master List will include all citations you have ever added (so you can use them again), while the Current List will show the resources that you have used in this particular document.
When you're quoting or paraphrasing someone else's work, you must ensure that you include an in-line citation. Word's Reference Manager makes this incredibly simple. For more information on in-line citations, click here.
To cite something in-line, simply:
Your in-line citation should look like this:
This is an example sentence with "an example direct quote from another source" (Johnson 30).
Note: if you reference the author's name in the sentence, you need not put it in the citation at the end of the sentence. Instead your citation will look like this:
According to Johnson, "this is an example direct quote from another source" (30).
To create your Works Cited page, the first thing you're going to want to do is go to the end of the paper and hit CTRL+Enter (or CMD+Return on Macs) to create a page break and begin a new page.
Once you have the new page, follow these steps to create your Works Cited page: