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The Hulbert Taft, Jr. Library


Unconventional Narrators: Circe Final Assignment: Peer-reviewed Articles


CITING JOURNAL ARTICLES IN NOODLETOOLS

If you use any of the database above, you can export citations for your journal articles from the database into your NoodleTools project. 

A Journal article citation has 2 parts:

  • information about the article you used: author, title of article, and page numbers if available.
  • information about the journal as a whole: Journal title, volume and issue numbers, and date of publication.