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Citing Web Publications If you are using a subscription data base that provides a citation, use the material provided but be sure to use a hanging indent on your working bibliography card or Works Cited page. If a website gives the information needed for citation but does not put it in order, use the example below and the information you have to cite your source. JUST BE CONSISTENT. Here’s an example of how to cite a work from a library subscription service such as EBSCO, INFOTRAC, LEXIS-NEXIS: General Information Needed: Author. “TITLE.” Publication name. Publication date. Add the name of the databsse; the name of the service, if known; the name of the library or lirary system; city and state;
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Unformatted text preview: access date; and <URL>. Sample citation: Schmidt, B.D. “Treating High Choloestrerol Levels (for Teenagers).” Chemical Reference Systems . 2001. Health Reference Center-Academic . Infotrac. Larchmont Library, Larchmont, NY. 19 Sept. 2003 http://infotrac.galegroup.com/ itweb/nysl_se_wls . __________________________________________________________ Sample citation for a typical “.com”/personal or professional website : Smith, Tina, Shirley Flowers, and Jason Edwards, eds. The Shakespeare Archive. Lib of Cong., 28 Sept. 2008. Web. 20 Nov. 2009. http://www.shakespeare.org/blake/ ....
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