If you've ever typed a works cited, and when you try to tab or space in the second line, it won't move over, this video will show you how to fix that.
The books, articles, and websites in your Works Cited need to be set up in what is called a "hanging indent." Here's the easy way to do it in Google docs!
From Anne McCormack
Demo of how to create a hanging indent in Google Docs and Word for your bibliography (MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.)
A how-to video on how to format an annotated bibliography Google Doc in MLA Style, 7th edition. Note that I require my students to single space the annotations, ...
Optional to indent, at the bottom, tap increase indent format paragraphs. Aesthetically speaking, this is very ugly! i've tried to press ctrl tab and shift but obviously, ...
From sparky feel
Research writing requires attention to detail. Learn how to create a hanging indent for your references when using Google Docs.
From Marian University Writing Center