Junior Research Assignment
Click Here for a link to your assignment.
When it comes time to format your annotated bibliography or works cited pages, please follow the directions on THIS PAGE.
Books- Yes, Books!
BOOK CATALOG- click to find books on your topic. Remember, when doing a research project you do not need to read the entire book in order to use it as a source. You only need to find applicable information for your topic.
Below is a list of databases that may be helpful in your research. They all have the citations done for you- just make sure you select MLA formatting.
Congressional Quarterly provide in-depth looks at social topics. Includes chronology, pro/con section as well as looking ahead.
OPPOSING VIEWPOINTS- Great database for primary sources and more.
Points of View- EBSCO resource. You'll need to save/site information the same way as regular EBSCO. This database focuses more on current issues than the regular EBSCO.
Reference E-Books- just like a book, but with the bonus "E"
SIRS is also a pro/con database sponsored by ProQuest. There are a lot of viewpoint articles here- check it out!
Student Research Center
Student Resources in Context- contemporary issues explored in depth.