Phone numbers and email addresses for the Center for Writing and Academic Achievement are:
Leona O'Neil, Administrative Assistant
Finding Secondary Sources
Your final paper assignment requires your research be supported with secondary sources which must come from journals, eBook chapters, or authoritative websites.
To assist you in your search, we've identified a number of specific journals you can use for your research. This guide will provide you with instructions for accessing those journals, tips on searching for specific articles within those journals, and information on properly citing your research.
You will use the tabs at the top of the page to navigate this guide. The information you'll find on those tabs is described below. If you are attempting to access these resources from off campus, you must log in to your library account using your barcode number and PIN. You can find instructions on creating a PIN here.
Article Quick Search - Search for articles across several different databases. Note: Use of this search box is not an exhaustive search of all of Stonehill's databases.
Multidisciplinary Databases and Popular Culture Journals - On this tab you will find links to two multidisiplinary databases and seven journals realted to popular culture that should be useful in your research.
Searching Academic Search Complete - Screen shots to search the database Academic Search Complete.
Searching Individual Journal Titles - This tab will provide you step-by-step instructions (with accompanying screen shots) for searching an individual journal.
Finding Books and Videos - The library has many eBooks and online videos that you can access from anywhere.
Video - How to Search Google Scholar - Become an expert Google Scholar user.
MLA Style - This tab will provide you with access to a number of resources that will help you format your citations and compile your works cited list using MLA citation style.