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Articles: Find Articles on Your Topic: Cite It

Need articles for your research project? Here's how to get them!

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Most research papers require you to cite your sources in a particular format, such as APA or MLA style. Many library databases will convert the article into a variety of citation formats to help you. CAUTION! the samples will almost always need a little tweaking to make them 100% correct. Pay special attention to indenting and line spacing.

In EBSCOhost Academic, click on the article title, then look for an icon labeled Cite: Cite icon EBSCOhost formats the citation into many styles, so scroll through the list to find yours.

In OneSearch, click on the article title. Go to the Send To section and pick Citation. You can choose from common styles (APA, MLA, and Turabian/Chicago).

Send To section with citation box open.