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How to read an e library citation
How to read an e library citation
How to read an e library citation
How to read an e library citation
How to read an e library citation
How to read an e library citation
How to read an e library citation
How to read an e library citation
How to read an e library citation
How to read an e library citation
How to read an e library citation
How to read an e library citation
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  • 1. eLibrary – How to Cite APA How to Read a PERIODICAL Source Citation
  • 2. Citing a source is like putting together a jigsaw puzzle – each piece has to come together just so in order for the puzzle to make the big picture.
  • 3. You will use the first and the last page of your eLibrary article in order to complete your chart.
  • 4. AUTHOR(s) of Article – List ALL Leave BLANK if no names are listed.
  • 5. TITLE of Article
  • 6. Title of MAGAZINE or JOURNAL This article must be from a periodical.
  • 7. Publication DATE *This should include a Month or a Season.
  • 8. VOLUME # ISSUE # *You may need to look at the beginning of your article.
  • 9. PAGE #(s) start-end
  • 10. Name of Database
  • 11. Now you’re ready to create your Reference List in NoodleTools.
  • 12. See the Library for Help. By S. Penttila, The John Cooper School MS Librarian All Images Provided by

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