Are you confused when you look at the database citation? Is it hard to tell the difference betweeen the encyclopedia name and the database name? Never fear!! Use the citation below as a model to help decipher the parts of a database citationl.
See the citation printed on the last page of your Marshall Cavendish source. Use the color coding to identify elements of the url.
Author “Article Title” Name of Encyclopedia Name of Database Update Access Date URL
Dorsett, M. "Corrosion." Technology and Applied Sciences. Marshall Cavendish Digital, 2010. Web. 16 October 2010. <http://www.marshallcavendishdigital.com>
Keep in mind this sequence: Author (if any) "Article Title in quotes." Encyclopedia Name in italics. Database Name or publisher. Date. Web (format). Your access date. URL up to .com (delete anything after .com)
Some database citations will include the editor after the encyclopedia name. Gale Virtual Reference Library includes more elements. Only enter in NoodleTools the information on your souce citation sheet or printed source citation.