The table feature here is very efficient and it's highly recommend that you use it to list large or technical information. It's fantastic for organizing data into something that is both readable and good to look at. Often tables are used to replace long lists that are unsightly and boring. If you think a table might look better, try it! You can always revert back to an earlier edit if you think it doesn't look as good.
To start making a table, press the Insert Table button ( ) on the edit toolbar. From there you can hover your mouse over the blocks and initially make up to a 10x10 table. From there, take a look at the sections below for how to modify it, add more rows, among other helpful hints.
Then, in the bibliography, use a format like this (some journals use slight variations on this): Huemer, Michael. 2001. Skepticism and the Veil of Perception . Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield. Huemer, Michael and Ben Kovitz. 2003. “Causation as Simultaneous and Continuous,” Philosophical Quarterly 53: 556-65. CBS News. 2015. “Number of households with guns on the decline, study shows,” Mar. 10, 2015, <http:///news/number-of-households-with-guns-on-the-decline-study-shows/>, accessed Nov. 11, 2016.