Salem Press is a database that includes exclusively onlineaccess to their published reference books.In fact, when you pull up an article, you will see the coverof the book it was originally published in.
Therefore, all of your citations in NoodleTools fromSalem Press will be online sources previously publishedin a reference book.In NoodleTools, you can either begin with “referencesource” OR “online database.” Your results will be thesame.
However, we are going to choose “reference source,”because it’s helpful to keep in mind how your source wasoriginally published. The information in Salem Press wasoriginally published in reference book format, and it isnow available online.
So, we’re going to follow the publication chain andchoose “Reference Source .” NoodleTools will allow usto note that we found our information online in a fewsteps.
To access the details you require for your citation, click on “article citation.”Here is your source information:
Your next stepwill be toconfirm thatyour source is areference bookand not ananthology.Keep theselection as“referencebook.”
Here is the step whereyou choose “online” asyour medium.
Next you will be asked alittle more about yourreference book.The wizard wants toknow:*What type of referencebook. Chooseencyclopedia, since youhave a reference bookwith articles.*It was originally printed,so select “yes,” becauseyou have the originalpublication info.
Noodle Tools Now we’re at the entry screen. Only 3 steps, and you’re done! Step 1: Enter in Remember to click “add” to make your author Basic information name “stick.” Title of Title of Reference Book Article Our sourceAuthor of Article
If you’re missing page #’s, skip it. Step 2: Info about the Print Reference Book. Enter in the information you have. Skip items that aren’t available. (For example, we don’t have publication city.) Editor Publication Information
The wizard will Step 3: automatically enter in Database your date of access.Information MLA no longer requires a URL. It’s unnecessary to use one if yourWe don’t source is a database. have an (double check with editor of your teacher) the website,so skip it. Our source The Database is: Salem History
You’re almost finished!Click on “Check for Errors” to allow the wizard to double checkyour information. If you’re not sure about its suggestions, checkwith your teacher or Mrs. Hill.Then click “Generate Citation” and here is your finished citation: ~Created by Pamela Hill 2012