For a more in depth explanation of searching, please click on the "Articles" tab above or here and go to the "Search Tips" box.
Select the most important 2-3 keywords. These are terms related to your topic. For instance, let's say you are researching utilitarian happiness. Your search terms could be:
utilitarianism AND happiness
Each article within this database has a citation tool . Here is how you find it:
1. Click the link to the article.
2. In the right hand column, click the Cite link.
3. Scroll down in the Citation Format box to select the correct citation style for your course. ENG 111 uses MLA.
4. Copy and paste the citation into your document or export it to a bibliographic management software program using the link located at the bottom of the Citation Format box. Remember to check the citation for errors after you have copied it.