Making the Databases Work for You
One of the neat things about finding journal articles in the databases is that many of them will generate citations for you. However, these citations aren't always 100 percent correct, so you need to check them. But they will certainly get you a large part of the way there!
Different databases have the "Cite" option located in different places, and not all the databases even have it.
If you are in an EBSCO database (it'll say so in the upper left corner of the page), you can generate a citation by:
If you are in a ProQuest Database, the process is similar:
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