4. Referencing a database
-use as many of the following elements as are available:
•publication information for the source
Author's name. Title of article. Title of magazine (include volume #). Date (day month year) and page numbers. (page numbers are consecutive, list all e.g. 27-55, NOT consecutive, use 27+)
•name of database
•name of service
•name and location of the library where you retrieved the article
•date of access [day month (abbreviated, except: May, June, July) year]
•<url> (web address, if url is so long it continues on to the next line, break the url after a slash and do NOT add any hyphens that we not originally there)
Author's last name, author's first name. "Title of article". Title of Magazine. (Date): pages.
Database. Service. Name of library you retrieved article, location of library where you
retrieved article. Date of access. <url>
"Evolution: Fishy fangs." Nature 458.1 (12 Mar. 2009): 263. MAS Ultra - School Edition. EBSCO.
Paradise High School, Paradise, CA. 26 Mar. 2009 <http://search.ebscohost.com/
For more on citing articles from databases, see: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/08/