Understanding the process of researching a topic is an important part of understanding how to use library resources.
Databases create citations for you! Follow these instructions to find citations on sources, but be sure to check them for accuracy! Other databases generally place citations in the same places as these two.
Click on the title of any resource, then click on the yellow paper "cite" icon
Scroll down until you find MLA style. Copy and paste citation to your Works Cited page.
Click on the title of the resource. In the upper right corner, find the "Tools" menu and click
Change the option to MLA and copy and paste the citation to your Works Cited page. Note: Do not copy the URL.
Boolean Logic is a term for the language used to tell databases how to do specific things. The table below outlines the three terms most databases use. Make sure they are typed in all caps when used, otherwise the database will treat them as a normal word.