This is what the results of a search in EBSCO look like:
This results list includes each article in the index that matched your search. Each article has its own citation.
A citation is essentially a reference to another? work which provides information for locating that work. Let's look at the parts of an article citation in greater detail.
Here's an example of a citation as it would appear in Academic Search Elite.
This citation contains all the information you need to locate the original article efficiently:
title of the article
title of the journal