The library offers dozens of databases, but we will focus on four:
Useful keywords for your database searches might be:
Shorten words to their base to net more results; i.e., instead of searching for "childhood," try child*. Placing an asterisk at the end of a word will retrieve results that include variations like children, children's or childhood,
A Works Cited page shows your instructor what publications you used in your research.
To create a Hanging Indent in Word or Google Drive, click on the small arrow in the lower right-hand corner of the Paragraph section. From there, choose Indentation in the middle of the dialog box. Choose Hanging from the drop-down menu under Special, as illustrated below:
Paragraph > Indentation > Special > Hanging