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GEN BUS 360: Workplace Writing and Communication (Spring 2022)

References - Principles and Formatting

The References page at the end of a document lists all the sources cited in the text and provides publication information so that your readers can find your sources. The only sources that you can mention in the main text that you don’t have to list on the References are broad overviews of websites where you don’t cite any specific information and different types of personal communication, such as interviews and emails.

In APA, the References page is always titled References. Sources should always be listed in alphabetical order and formatted with a hanging indent, so that readers can quickly scan the sources.

 

Model References Page

Content Credit

Content on this page was created by the Business Communication team at the Wisconsin School of Business.