Appendices serve as a space for materials that help clarify your research, but do not belong in the main text. It is not required to include an Appendix. Include one or more if you need to.
Items that might be included:
Letters receiving permission to reproduce or adapt images, instruments for research, or other copyrighted materials.(See Copyright section of this website)
Copies of IRB’s.
Survey questionnaires that you have created.
Tables, figures, or instruments that do not belong in the main text.
Talk to your advisor if you have material that you are not certain about. They should be able to provide guidance about what should be included in an Appendix. Also, consult your chosen style guide about and appropriate content and formatting considerations.
CHECKLIST FOR APPENDIX
Arabic numbers (1, 2, 3, 4, etc.), right side, top of page.
Margins: Left margin 1.5 inch.Top, Right, Bottom 1 inch.
12 pt.Double-spaced throughout.
Use same font style throughout document.
Type APPENDIX in ALL CAPS, bold, centered on first line beneath top margin. (Use CHPT_Title)
If you have more than one Appendix, label them alphabetically. For instance, Appendix A, Appendix B, Appendix C, etc.
Use RegText to type the body of your text, indenting each paragraph appropriately.
When finished, click on the Insert tab, and click on Page Break to start a new section.