Hi everyone! Thanks for checking out the library. We are here to help you with any question, but specifically, we are experts in finding and using information. If you are working on a research project and run into any issues or questions, we are here to help! Our homepage is a great place to get started on your research; we do know it can be a bit confusing at first, so please ask us as many questions as you want.
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The library homepage is a great place to start your research. Click on the Articles tab above the search bar to get started!
Need help searching the databases? Check out our Library Help Docs for step-by-step information.
Not finding what you need? Ask a librarian for help! Or, search one of our subject specific databases below.
(and other EBSCO databases)
This is a great place to start to search for and within:
Pro-Tip: Click Full Text on the left hand side so you can read everything online right away, and look for the Cite button to copy and paste citations (and save a ton of time!)
If you're focusing on the issue of Texting while Driving use the search box to find scholarly, or magazine articles on "Texting" or "Cell Phones."
If you use the library's databases for your research, you can copy and paste pre-generated citations - look out for the option as it may appear differently in each interface but is generally represented by an icon of quotation marks.
You can also use the library's Help Documents to find citations in databases, a sample APA paper, APA paper template, and more!
Consider Smarthinking to double check your APA style. This is an online tutoring service available in JWU Link under Academics.