To cite an article within a database, begin the citation with the author's
name and, in quotation marks, the title of the work. If no author is given,
begin the citation with the title of the material, in quotation marks. Continue
with the relevant information for the project or database, the date of access,
and the URL; be sure to give the URL of the specific work or document rather
than that of the project or database if they are different.
For example, if you accessed Studyworld's Richard III Studynotes on June
"STUDYWORLD STUDYNOTES: Richard III." Studyworld Studynotes. 2000.
Studyworld. 1 June 2000. <http://www.studyworld.com/studynotes/Titles/