As you're doing your research, be sure to grab the citation for any books or articles you think you might use in your paper. See the "Where Can I Find the Citation?" box below to find shortcuts to citing in the catalog and EBSCO databases. Always double check these citations with the official format! You'll also find links to helpful online resources and some examples of how to cite both books and articles from a database.
Article from an Online Database
Author. "Article Title." Journal/Magazine Title, vol. xx, no. x, day month year, pp. xx-xx. Database,
doi. Accessed day month year.
Gadow, Kenneth D., and Joyce Sprafkin. "Television 'Violence' and Children with Emotional and
Behavioral Disorders." Journal of Emotional & Behavioral Disorders, vol. 1, no. 1,
Jan. 1993, p. 54 EBSCOhost, doi:10.1177/106342669300100108. Accessed 14 April 2020.
Author. Title. Publisher, Date. Database, URL or Permalink.
Sender, Katherine. The Makover : Reality Television and Reflexive Audiences. NYU Press,
2012. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=niebk&AN=502691&
sit=ehost-live. Accessed 14 April 2020.