Homework Help K-12
Hey! Got Homework?
Databases are available inside the library or at home. To access them at home all you need is your library card. To obtain a library card please visit the library. In this guide you will find links to the Library's databases, reliable websites, book recommendations, and much more!
Database for Citing Sources & Writing Research Papers
Hint: Save the stuff you find on these databases to read later.
Either: Copy and paste the text into a Word document and save it in Rich
Text Format (.rtf) to a flash drive. Rich Text Format files can be read by
any word processor, so you don’t need Word to read them.
Or: Email the article to yourself. Most databases have a button on the
page to help you do this.
What does that mean?
Periodicals: newspaper, magazine, journal
Full Text: entire article is available
Citation: bibliographic information about the article
Abstract: a summary of the article is available
Scholarly/Professional Journal: original research in a specific
field and have been reviewed by other scholars
Peer-Reviewed Journal: is an academic periodical that has a
review process to ensure its accuracy