These databases may also include information about the person you are researching for your presentation.
These databases are useful when performing research on timely or controversial topics. Many will show both sides (pro/con) of an issue.
These databases include full-text articles in magazines, newspapers, and scholarly journals in a variety of subject areas.
1. Select a database from the links on the "Databases" tab in your LibGuide.
2. Using keywords, search for an article on a subject you are interested in knowing more about.
3. Select an article from the results list that looks interesting.
4. Select the Citation Tool to find the MLA citation for the article. Remove the URL
5. Copy the citation (Highlight just the citation. Right click, and select "copy").
6. Double Click on the wall, add your first name. Then click below and paste your citation on the wall (right click, "paste" using "merge" option to keep formatting).