Answered By: Karin Bennedsen Last Updated: Dec 11, 2015 Views: 281
We now have links on the library home page that will direct you to the Purdue OWL Writing Lab. From here you can choose your appropriate citation style and then you can find out how to cite properly anything you find GALILEO.
Also remember this tip: Most databases in GALILEO will automatically create citations for articles. In our experience these citations are correct, but sometimes the formatting (capitalization, etc.) will be incorrect. So copying and pasting citations from GALILEO works fine - just make sure to double check formatting against OWL, the Harbrace Handbook, or some other source.