Log into your school mail. Click on the "waffle" and click More to find the Noodle Tools app.
Remember: there are 3 different EBSCO databases:
Search PLoSOne's open access database for medical and scientific journal articles:
Credible means: Coming from a person or organization that is a trusted expert on the topic you are researching. This means the source has a good reputation and reliable information.
Some types of sources are generally more credible than others. Look at the list below. The types of sources at the top of the list are generally more credible than the sources at the bottom of the list.
To NARROW your search:
To find sources towards the top of the credibility spectrum:
Watch a short video in which college students and professors explain what research is like in college.
Capital Community College Grammar Quizzes and Puzzles:
(actually slightly fun!)
Purdue Online Writing Lab Resources:
Purdue Online Writing Lab MLA Formatting and Style Guide:
Look at an example Works Cited page: