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Endnote Instructions
1. First type in the narrative in the body of your paper. At the point where you wish to insert an endnote, stop typing and click on the word, REFERENCE at the top of your screen on the toolbar.
2. Next under the REFERENCE box, go to a tiny arrow in the lower right hand corner and click. This will bring up the menu. Once there, choose endnotes , and Arabic numerals (i.e., 1,2,3,4, etc.) instead of Roman numerals (i.e., I,ii, iii, iv, etc.)
Then hit INSERT and the numeral 1 will automatically appear in the narrative and at the end of your paper.
Supply the needed reference information (which for most students will be a link to the website) beside the second numeral that appears at the end (or back) of your paper.
3. Finally, hit REFERENCE and then ENDNOTE to insert endnote 2a¦ (numerals will automatically appear)
Hit REFERENCE and then ENDNOTE to insert endnote 3a¦
Hit REFERENCE and then ENDNOTE to insert endnote 4a¦
Hit REFERENCE and then ENDNOTE to insert endnote 5a¦

Additional note:
All major writing styles are acceptable. Papers should be written in 12a font, type written, and double spaced.
Whenever the same reference or citation is used more than once, consecutively, the short-hand notation of Ibid., or Ibid., 23, should be used. What is the difference between the two?

In the first example (Ibid.,) the same source is used more than once, consecutively, and the information in each instance can be found on the same page.

In the second example (Ibid., 23) the same source is used more than once, consecutively, but the first time it is used, the information is found on , e.g., page 7 of the source, and the very next time it is used, the information is found on page 23 of the source, as in Ibid., 23.

Finally, when the same source is used more than once, but not consecutively, (i.e., not repeated in a row one after another) the short hand notion of Pearson, 5 may be used, where Pearson is the authoras last name and 5 refers to the page number. If no authorsa name is available, some abbreviation of the title of the article, book, or website plus the page number is acceptable.