There are two places to look for pre-made citations in databases.
To find a citation generator, scan the article page for icons. Scroll over the icons to see what they do. One will say "Cite" or "Citation Tool." Click on it and follow directions. You will probably be using MSLA 8 (or 7).
Copy and paste pre-made citations into your Noodletools project by choosing the "quick cite" option.
Look for a button or hyperlink that says "Advanced Search." This will take you to a page that has lots of blanks you can fill in. Play around with all of the options and see how targeted you can get your search.
Databases will often give you three ways to save articles:
Noodletools automatically links to the articles if you create an accurate citation or copy and paste the citation the database gives you.
Scan database pages for sections marked"Tools" or look for icons. Look at the top of the page, in the left and right hand columns, and at the bottom of the page. Scroll over icons to see what they do. Click on highlighted text to see where it brings you. Databases can offer: