Answered By: John Kissinger
Last Updated: Nov 04, 2014     Views: 97

Many of the databases in GALILEO are now able to cite the articles for you. When you pull up the reference to the article (also called the abstract) look for a link that says “Cite” or “Cite Article”. They are located in different places depending on which particular database.  If you click on “Cite” link it will provide a citations for the article in all the major style formats (MLA, APA, etc.). This will require you to look up your articles again but it’s probably worth it.  If you need help doing this please call or visit the library in person.

 

Your other option is to visit this link:

 http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/

Perdue Owl provides very detailed information on how to create citations as well as what a term-paper should look like in the different style formats.

 

There are also a number of on-line citation writers.

Try EasyBib:

http://www.easybib.com

 

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