I am writing a paper in APA style. I am attempting to list two organization divisions of a library:
- Information Technology and Technical Services
- Academic Outreach and Services
How do I write and/or style these in a sentence to clearly define the separation of terms without looking like a poorly written sentence? I'm not entirely convinced using quotes or italics is correct, but I'm leaning towards italics vs. anything else.
The two major divisions, “Information Technology and Technical Services” and “Academic Outreach and Services,” ...
The two major divisions, Information Technology and Technical Services and Academic Outreach and Services, ...
Normally I wouldn't quote the two, but I'm not sure how else to write it. Italics would work as well, but I don't know if that's appropriate or not, as the APA style guide doesn't appear to have suggestions for anything corporate/organization-related (4.08, 4.21). 4.21 suggests using italics for clarifying words, so that seems somewhat more appropriate than quotes, but the given example doesn't give me much confidence (the example given is "the small group [meaning a designation, not group size]").