Guidelines for online journal articles generally follow guidelines for print articles with the addition of the article URL. The date accessed may be added if required by discipline, or for time-sensitive material.
Author, Firstname. date. "Title of Article." Journal Title 1, no. 1: page-numbers.
http://www.urlforthearticle.com/article1 (accessed January 1, 2009).
Electronic article accessed through a database
Harle, Rob. 2007. "Sex, Drugs, Einstein, & Elves: Sushi, Psychedelics, Parallel
Universes, and the Quest for Transcendence." Leonardo 40, no. 1: 97-98.
Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost (accessed October 22, 2008).
Though web sites are commonly cited within the text and omitted from bibliographies and reference lists, a more formal version of a citation follows. If an access date is required, add it within parenthesis at the end of the citation.
Author, Firstname. "Name of the section of the web site being used." Name of the Web
Site. http://www.completeurl.com/sectioninuse.html (accessed Month day, year).
The Chicago Manual of Style
Call Number: Z 253 c532 2003
Location: Reserve Desk
The Chicago Guide to Your Academic Career
Call Number: LB 1778 g63 2001
Location: Webb Circulating
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