Magazine, newspaper and scholarly journal citations are similar, whether for print or online. Articles which
appeared in print, but which you found or used online, begin with citation data:
Author's Last name, First name. "Title of Article in Quotes, Proper Nouns and Significant Words Capitalized."
Title of periodical italicized Date of publication volume number (and issue number if scholarly): page numbers.
Name of database italicized. Web. Day/Month/Year of access.
EXAMPLE: ProQuest magazine article
Bertman, Stephen. "HypercultureStress: How Fast Times Are Transforming America." Vital Speeches of the Day
15 Jan. 1999: 204-208. ProQuest. Web. Day/Month/Year You Accessed Article.
EXAMPLE: ProQuest journal article
Schaefer, Bradley E. "Meteors That Changed the World." Sky and Telescope 98.6 (2005): 68-75. ProQuest.
Spokane Falls Community College Library, Spokane, WA. Web. Day/Month/Year You Accessed Article.
EXAMPLE: ProQuest Newspaper article
Henneberger, Melinda. "Author Reveals Much about Others and Little of Herself." New York Times 6 Dec. 1999, East
Coast late ed.: A16. ProQuest. Web. Day/Month/Year You Accessed Article.