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Central High School Library Home Page: Annotated Bibliography Wiksell

JSTOR

   

Access JSTOR using Clever

       

Click on "Start Your Research" for  search tips and informational videos. 
Watch the video above to learn research strategies for expanding, limiting, and determining key words in JSTOR  to complete the annotated bibliography assignment. 
Click on the video above to find out more about JSTOR's text analyzer.

Google Scholar

 

Google Scholar Pros Google Scholar Cons 
  • Fast and easy to use, so you may find it easier to get started
  • Searches a wide range of scholarly outputs
  • Useful for finding grey literature such as conference proceedings and reports
  • Automatically includes scholarly works from Google Books
  • Supports searching in any language
  • Can do forward citation tracking (Forward citation tracking: finding works that cite an original work )
  • Can set up alerts for searches 
  • Locates obscure references that may be difficult to find in conventional databases.
  • Coverage is incomplete and variable across disciplines
  • Includes results you won't have access to
  • Not everything in Google Scholar is scholarly – results can include PowerPoint presentations and unscholarly documents as well as articles from predatory journals (Predatory journal: a scam journal that charges a fee for the publication of articles without providing legitimate publication services)
  • Uses an algorithm to make a calculated guess at what is scholarly, and it is not known how it determines what to include
  • Cannot do backward citation tracking (Backward citation tracking: finding the works cited by an original work)
  • Advanced searching is limited 
  • Citations data are unreliable

from the University of Westminster

Using NoodleTools

The screencast above will remind you how to use NoodleTools on your iPad to create citations in JSTOR and Google Scholar

 

 

Use the website above to ensure that you are correctly using MLA style. 

 

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