JSTOR is a mix of scholarly articles, trade publications, magazines, and newspapers. One note on JSTOR is that most articles you find are going to be 3-5 years old. For more current articles, try a different database.
It is a great resource for information on your topic. You log in to this database using your myNOVA user name and password.
Each article within this database has a citation tool . Here is how you find it:
1. Click the link to the article.
2. Locate the menu of tools to the right of the screen. Click the Cite this Item link.
3. Click the image of the clipboard next to the citation that you want to copy. Past the citation into your paper. ADJ 100 uses APA.
4. You can also export a citation to a citation software such as RefWorks. Remember to check the citation for errors after you have copied it.