Junior Research Paper – Mrs. Mutty

Junior Research Paper ~ Mrs. Mutty

Topic of Your Choice!

Tip #1 Be Curious!

Google an Interest + Topics  example Psychology Topics

Required: At least 3 quality sources for your 3-5 page paper

Tip #2: Don’t just Google, use the Google Services!


Tip #3: Start with your topic, then add keywords like “facts”, “secrets”, “amazing” and “fascinating”.

Google Images can lead you to interesting, quality websites.

Google Videos give us greater understanding, and more ideas!

Google News gives you links to up-to-the-minute articles from over 50,000 news sources worldwide back to 2003 (use TOOLS to go to the Archives).

Google Books gives us access to over 30 million books that have been scanned by Google!

Tip #4 Dig Deep in your Research! Go BEYOND Google!

Fact: There are 130 trillion web pages searchable on Google, and 2 million articles published each day on the web! But, Google indexes only 16 percent of the surface Web and misses ALL of the Deep Web.  Source: www.popsci.com/dark-web-revealed

Tip #5 Do your Research in the Deep Web!

Designed for colleges, Academic Search Complete is the world’s most complete database with millions of articles in over 8,500 full text journals on every academic subject from Astronomy to Zoology! Look for Academic Search Complete at our NEW Databases site!

Browse Controversial Issues in Opposing Viewpoints and in Points of View Reference Center!

And check out a great online Book Source where you can print out chapters of reference books: GVRL (Gale Virtual Reference Library)

Tip #6: Check our Catalog for Books!

Tip #7: Make sure all of your sources can pass the “CRAAP Test”!

 Tip #8: Remember to be Curious…Research…Re-search!



Citing Sources

Citing your sources in MLA format is easy at EasyBib!

New RULES for MLA 8th Edition can be found HERE.

How to cite a book from Google Books:

                     Burnett, William. Stem Cell Magic. New York: Scribner & Sons, 2016. Google Book Search. Web. 8 April 2019.





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