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Use to see the resources within these tertiary databases. Will help when citing information found in one of these three databases.
At the beginning of your bibliography, include the heading “References”
Make sure that your references are double-spaced and are numbered consecutivelyas they appear in the text.
In the text, number your citations in the order in which they appear. Use superscript Arabic numbers. If you cite from the same source more than once, reuse the original number.
References that appear in tables or figure captions should receive consecutive numbers based on the placement of the first mention of the table or figure in the text.
If a U.S. or Canadian city is not well known, include the two-letter abbreviation for the state or province to avoid confusion. For example: Palm Springs, CA. If the city is well known, you do not need to include the state. For example: St. Louis.
When citing inclusive page numbers, shorten the second number when appropriate. For example: 214-8 instead of 214-218.
“Letter,” “Editorial,” “News,” or “Abstract” is added at the end of citations for these items.a