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IPD Citation Style v3.0: Print Journal Article Obtained Online from a Database

Use of the IPD citation style and RefWorks with examples

Print Journal Article Obtained Online from a Database

[31] Magazines/Journal Articles: Print Article Obtained from a Database

Use the Journal Article reference type for journal or the Magazine Article reference type for magazine articles. The example below is exactly the same as the one in Print Article Obtained in Print above except that it came from a database service that provides other publisher's articles.

[31] R. C. Carter, "Search time with a color display: Analysis of distribution functions," Human Factors, vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 302-304, 1982. Available
        Dialog, ERIC, ED 298637 (accessed January 22, 2013).

  1. Use Database: for the name of the service (Dialog), the section of the service (ERIC), and the record number (ED 209637).
  2. Enter the Retrieved Date: in full.
  3. Note that there is no URL for this online service because it is always a dynamic URL and will change for each new user.