1. LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of this class you will be able to select the correct databases for
2. LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of this class you’ll be able to distinguish the key words or
search terms from your topic that are essential for researching the
3. LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of this class you will be able to produce a list of articles
relevant to your topic.
4. LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of this class you will be able to organize and write your paper
using these sources and the proper citation style.
5. LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of this class you will be able to appraise your sources to see if
they truly are the best scholarly, trade, or popular sources.
ARTICLES (1) HTTP://LIBGUIDES.LYON.EDU/A-Z
1. By Category
2. A to Z Online
3. Journals A to Z: Journal
BOOKS (1) OURS AND THEIRS
1. The Mabee-Simpson Library: http://libguides.lyon.edu/books
2. WorldCat: http://libguides.lyon.edu/borrow
3. Make a Request:
KEY WORDS (2)
1. Credo or Oxford Reference
2. Digital thesaurus or subject
LISTS, LISTS, AND MORE LISTS (3)
1. Create on account to save searches for later.
2. Email them to yourself.
3. Export them to a program such as Endnote, Zotero.
IT’S DELICIOUS! (4)
1. Cite your paper using style manuals.
3. Try O.W.L. (Purdue University Online Writing Lab.)
SCHOLARLY VS. POPULAR (5)
View this video by Vanderbilt University on how to tell the difference
between popular and scholarly articles.
Chat with us on any of the library pages or email us or call us.
Ms. Whittenton Ms. Beary
Camille Beary, 870-307-7444
Office: #203, Main lobby
Katherine Whittenton, 870-307-7505
Office: #206 Main lobby