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Answered By: Allyson Palagi
Last Updated: Jun 05, 2017     Views: 20

When using EBSCO, you can find the citation information (in all citations styles including APA and MLA) for an article. When you are in the article record click on the "Cite" icon (it looks like a yellow piece of paper) on the right side of the page.

When using ProQuest, you can find the citation information (in all citations styles including APA and MLA) for an article. When you are in the article record click on the "Cite" icon (it looks like a quotation mark with the word "cite") on the right side of the page.

For other databases, look either for the word cite or citation.  Sometimes you may find a citation and options at the bottom of the article.

No matter which database you may be using copy, paste, and DOUBLE CHECK that the citation is completely correct.