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The following section provides examples for the Notes & Bibliography format. The formatting for notes and references, regardless of source type, follow the same general format. However, some source types require additional information and formatting.
Placement of the Note Number
At the end of the sentence
After the period
Number is formatted as superscript - e.g. ...same methods.1
Notes: Basic Structure
First line of a note is indented .5 inches (First-line indent)
Authors' names are listed first name last name (e.g. Samuel Adams)
Individual elements are separated by commas
Publication information is placed in parentheses
References: Basic Structure
Second line of a reference is indented .5 inches (Hanging indent)
First author's name is listed last name, first name (e.g. Adams, Samuel)