Items that might be included:
CHECKLIST FOR APPENDIX
- each appendix must be labelled with a number (or letter) and title
- the appendix numbers and titles must be listed on the Contents page under the heading Appendices (if more than one) or Appendix (if only one)
- each appendix must be referred to by number (or letter) at the relevant point in the text.
Appendices contain material that is too detailed to include in the main report, such as long mathematical derivations or calculations, detailed technical drawings, or tables of raw data. The content should be summarised and referred to at the appropriate point in the the body of the report. The conventions for appendices are as follows:
This Agreement, including the attached Appendices and Schedules supersedes any prior agreement with respect to the subject hereof, whether oral or written.
Unilaterally make revisions, changes and/or updates to any templates, Appendices (excluding Appendices A and B) and/or Attachments to this Contract without processing a formal amendment and/or modification.
Note: This is an answer only for citing appendices you create in the body of your paper. If you are looking for information on how to cite sources within your appendix, please follow this link.
When citing an appendix you are including in your paper refer to a single appendix simply as Appendix. If you include an appendix, you should refer to it in the text of your paper. If you have more than one appendix add letters to differentiate them in the order they appear in your text. For example, we could say something like “Please see Appendix A for more information on educational outcomes and Appendix B for the questionnaire used to collect student responses.”
Figure 8: Example appendices page
An appendix normally includes research related material that does not fit easily or suitably in the body of the paper: