Finding Citation Information
Online Databases (EBSCOhost, ProQuest, Films on Demand, eBooks): Most online databases accessed through CGTC Library provide citation information for each article already formatted into APA or MLA style. See the examples below to find citation information for your recommended databases. Be sure to review your citations for accuracy in spelling, punctuation, and formatting (line spacing, indentation, etc.).
Library Books: Need to cite a book from the library? Check the full entry in the library catalog for copyright and publication information to complete your cite.
Print Journals and Newspapers: If you are citing an article from one of the print journals available at the CGTC Library, you will need to get information for your works cited page from the journal or newspaper itself. See a member of the library staff, if you need any assistance.
Videos: Need to cite a video from the library collection or Films On Demand? Films On Demand provides citation information in MLA and Chicago style formats (see example at the bottom of this page). For information on APA Format, check the APA Citation Style Guide at the Purdue Online Writing Lab. Most videos on Films On Demand will follow the basic format for a motion picture. To find the producer and director of the film, you will need to watch the credits at the end of the film.
EBSCOhost: Finding Citation Information
To find citation information for any article in EBSCOhost - remember to click on the "Cite" button on the article detail page. Make sure you are using the right edition for your class assignment.
ProQuest: Finding Citation Information
To find citation information for any article in ProQuest - remember to click on the "Cite This" button on the blue bar above the article. (Please Note: ProQuest has the two most recent editions of both APA and MLA. Make sure you are using the right edition for your class assignment).
Films On Demand: Citation Information
You will need to include citation information for any video you choose to use as part of your course assignment. Citation information is available from Films On Demand by clicking on the "Citations" link in the bottom, right-hand corner of the video player. Films On Demand only provides MLA and Chicago styles. For other citations styles, like APA, check out the Films On Demand Tutorial for more information.
eBooks on EBSCO
To find citation information for any eBook on EBSCO - remember to click on the "Cite" button on the right side of the page. Make sure you are using the right edition for your class assignment.