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List of Abbreviations, List of Works

A List of Abbreviations is not required, but it may be helpful to the reader if abbreviations are used extensively in the text. The distinguishing feature of the List of Abbreviations is that information is arranged in two columns with the abbreviations or acronyms aligned along the left margin and the terms or names aligned under the word "LIST" in the title "LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS." If a List of Abbreviations is used, it should follow the List of Tables and/or the List of Figures.

A List of Works lists items that the student has mentioned in text that are not in the text as figures or in an appendix.  These items would be uploaded as a supplementary file in the ProQuest database. The List of Works has numbered items similar to the List of Tables and List of Figures, but capitalization varies according to the type of artwork being described. The List of Works template briefly describes the types of capitalization most commonly used. Read through the list of items in the List of Works template before inputting your own material to review formatting rules regarding capitalization of titles of works of art. The List of Works should be arranged in the document as the last list if other lists are included in the document and before the first page of text.

NOTE:  The templates were created using the 2013 version of Microsoft Word. If a template is downloaded in another version of Word or another word processing program, the formatting may be incorrect. Also, if a template is copied and pasted into another document, the settings of that document (margins, page number settings, font style, etc.) may affect the look of the template.

This Microsoft Word document can be saved to your computer to use as a template. It was created using Microsoft Office 2013 version of Word. Please email lib-thesis@csulb.edu if you have problems with the download.

This Microsoft Word document can be saved to your computer to use as a template. It was created using Microsoft Office 2013 version of Word. Please email lib-thesis@csulb.edu if you have problems with the download.