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How To Cite Each Database

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Each database provides a shortcut to citing your sources. Here are a few ways to find the citation information.

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How To Cite Each Database

  1. 1. How to cite each database a shortcut….
  2. 2. ABC-Clio Click VIEW ALL CITATION STYLES
  3. 3. Choose the citation style for your class. Copy/Paste the citation into your Word document.
  4. 4. U.S. History Resource
  5. 5. It will take you to this section of the page. However, it is in MLA Format. Check with your teacher and/or librarian to find out if you need to go to BIBME.org and cite it in another format.
  6. 6. Pop Culture Universe Click Cite
  7. 8. Ebooks Click Citation Tools
  8. 9. Choose the citation style. Click SAVE.
  9. 10. Click Open.
  10. 11. Copy and Paste your citation into your working Bibliography.
  11. 12. Once you copy/paste your citation into a Word document, you are now ready to format the page. The bibliography will need to be formatted depending on the type of style (MLA, APA, & Chicago). See your assignment libguide for specifics or check with your library media specialist.

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