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Answered By: Jeneen LaSee-Willemssen
Last Updated: Jul 30, 2016     Views: 745

EBSCO databases:

  1. Do a search and get a results list.
  2. Click on the title of the article you are interested in.
  3. On the right, there will be a CITE button...click on it
    1. Copy the APA citation given (be sure to NOT copy the AMA style citation)
    2. Paste it into NoodleTools (choose journal and then use the quick cite feature)
    3. Correct parts that need to be corrected, add information if it needs to be added.
      1. Note: check that all authors are listed and not just the first author.
      2. Note: check capitalization of article title. Only the first word and proper nouns should be capitalized.
      3. Note: add or correct retrieval information
    4. Submit!

 


ProQuest databases:

  1. Do a search and get a results list
  2. Click on the title of the article you are interested in.
  3. On the top, there will be a CITE button...click on it
    1. Copy the APA citation given
    2. Paste it into NoodleTools (choose journal and then use the quick cite feature)
    3. Correct parts that need to be corrected, add information if it needs to be added.
      1. Note: be sure all authors are listed, not just the first author
      2. Note: check capitalization of article title. Only the first word and proper nouns should be capitalized.
      3. Note: add or correct retrieval information if there is no doi
    4. Submit!

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