Last Updated: Nov 21, 2014
- Student Resources in Context
If you ever need a password, use Elvis.
This database accesses a variety of sources including reference materials, newspapers, magazines, and audio files.
Remember that "titanic" is actually a pretty broad term (movie, museums, ship, ect.) You will get more RELEVANT results if you narrow your search term; try "titanic disaster."
The MLA citation for each article is at the bottom of the page.
- Britannica Image Quest
This database is chock full of incredible rights cleared images.
Click on the "cite" button (lower left corner of screen when you are viewing an image) for the MLA citation for the image.
An in-text citation is required when you are using someone else's IDEA or WORDS. Use parenthesis around the author's last name or, if there is no author listed, a shortened version of the title within quotation marks. For example:
(Pappas). or ("Adoption").
A Works Cited page lists all your sources of information. Opposing Viewpoints in Context has each article's MLA citation at the bottom of the page; just copy and paste into a Word document. Organize your citations in alphabetical order and don't forget to indent the second line.