Published 20 April 2020
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I’m citing an online article that lacks page numbers. The database containing it provides the page range for the original print version. Do I include the page numbers in my entry?Yes. Databases house digital copies of works and supply the publication information for the version of those works that have been digitized, usually in PDF or HTML. . . .
Published 22 July 2019
If I am citing an image from a database, and no information is provided about the artist, do I need to seek out the information for my citation?No. If you cite an image from a database, your works-cited-list entry should only provide the information you are given. . . .
Published 10 July 2018
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Published 17 March 2017
In the database example in “Works Cited: A Quick Guide,” why is container 2 specified as EBSCOHost, not as the database searched on EBSCOHost (e.g., Academic Search Premier)?At EBSCOHost, visitors can search for articles in a range of databases at once. When an article is retrieved, the database containing it is not . . .
Published 26 May 2016