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  • 1. Citing ORIGINAL CONTENT How to Read an ORIGINAL Source Citation
  • 2. Once you’ve identified your article as an ORIGINAL SOURCE, where do you go from there?
  • 3. 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.
  • 4. Locate your citation information at the end of your article. Look for “MLA” or “Works Cited” or “How to Cite.” Example Article
  • 5. Example Article
  • 6. Now let’s put the pieces together …
  • 7. AUTHOR(S) OF ARTICLE (hint – it is okay if you do not have an author)
  • 8. TITLE OF ARTICLE (hint – this title often appears in “quotation marks” )
  • 9. PUBLICATION DATE (hint – if the year does not appear in the citation itself, scroll to the bottom of the page for the date next to the ©)
  • 10. RETRIEVAL INFORMATION (pick ONLY the ONE that applies to your article) 1. DOI - http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/0002-9432.76.4.482 OR 2. DATABASE NAME + ACCESSION/DOCUMENT # OR 3. URL to the .COM
  • 11. Now you’re ready to create your works cited entry in your working bibliography in NoodleTools.
  • 12. See the Library for Help. All Images Provided byBy S. Penttila, The John Cooper School MS Librarian