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ENG 389W: The Roaring Twenties

A guide for Dr. Ladd's Spring 2021 course.

Cite from a Database

Just about every database (Academic Search Complete from EBSCO, Research Library from Proquest, JSTOR, etc.) offers the option of citing a source in MLA, APA or Chicago. Some databases offer many more styles than that too.

In Google Scholar, use the quotation marks icon listed underneath the reference to cite it.

Citation Help!

is a free service that helps you quickly create a bibliography in any citation style.


But learning to use the full Zotero software is probably better if you are a junior or senior. It's an easy software to learn and is incredibly helpful! Sign up for a Zotero Introduction workshop today!

You can also get help with citation styles like MLA, APA, Chicago:  Research & Citation Resources from Purdue's Online Writing Lab