MLA 7 Visual Guide - Databases

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MLA 7 Visual Guide - Databases

  1. 1. Automatically Cite Your Sources For Free at www.easybib.com Citing database content (MLA) Structure: Last, First M. “Article Title.” Database Name. Database publisher, Date Month Year Published. Web. Date Month Year Accessed. Database Name: Contemporary Authors Author: None Listed Article footer: Often contains database and publisher information Date accessed: The day that the content was accessed and read. Citation: “J.D Salinger.” Contemporary Authors. Gale, Feb. 25 2010. Web. 26 Apr. 2010. Database Definition: A structured, electronic collection that may contain full-text articles, abstracts, data, and citations. Databases typically require a subscription to access. Article Title Date electronically updated: Use the date the content was most recently updated Database Publisher: Gale Database Name: Contemporary Authors *Note: This citation is for a database article published directly online by the database with no in-print original.
  2. 2. Automatically Cite Your Sources For Free at www.easybib.com Citing database content (MLA) Structure: First, Last M. “Article Title.” Newspaper Title [City] Date Month Year Published, Edition ed. Database Name. Web. Date Month Year Accessed.Database Name: ProQuest Newspapers Autho r Citation: Anand, Geeta. “Fire and Fumes Can’t Drive Indians from Hellish Village.” Wall Street Journal 2 Apr. 2010, Eastern ed.: A1. ProQuest Newspapers. Web. 5 Apr. 2010. Article Title Date of Access: The day that you accessed and read the content. *Note: This citation is for newspaper articles published in databases. Publication Date & Page Database Definition: A structured, electronic collection that may contain full-text articles, abstracts, data, and citations. Databases typically require a subscription to access.
  3. 3. Automatically Cite Your Sources For Free at www.easybib.com Citing database content (MLA) Structure: First, Last M. “Article Title.” Encyclopedia Name. Edition ed. City: Publisher, Year Published. Database Name. Web. Date Month Year Accessed. Database Name: Credo Reference Author: None Listed Article footer – Shows original publication information of article. City published: Boston (found in citation at the bottom of the page) Date accessed: The day that the content was accessed and read. Citation: “The Holy Roman Empire.” The Encyclopedia of World History: Ancient, Medieval, and Modern. 6th ed. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2001. Credo Reference. Web. Apr. 28. 2010. *Note: This citation is for encyclopedia articles published in databases. Article Title Edition Publisher Year Published Database Definition: A structured, electronic collection that may contain full-text articles, abstracts, data, and citations. Databases typically require a subscription to access. Encyclope dia

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