This module involves you with a non-library database - Google Scholar - and gives you an opportunity to present a final research question, final outline, and final bibliography.
Google Scholar is an alternative database for academic research. While it seems easy to use, it lacks the ability to narrow results to any extent (though there is an advanced search that you can find by clicking on the icon in the upper left):
In this module, you have an opportunity to try out Google Scholar. Try to take note of the similarities and differences in relation to OneSearch.
Above all, be sure to log into Google Scholar through the library home page so that you can link your search results to resources the library has in full text.
Final Research Question Checklist
Final Outline Question Checklist
Final Bibliography Checklist
Most bibliographies are "hanging" in that the second and following lines of a citation are indented. Here is how to create a hanging bibliography in Word:
Download Assignment 4 here.
A passing grade for Assignment 4 requires that student responses include the following elements:
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