Complete the following steps:
This page builds on the OneSearch Basics module in the in the Library Research Tutorials Canvas course
For this project, your annotated bibliography will include a total of at least eight (8) sources, with at least four (4) "library" sources (books, academic journal articles, magazine or news articles, videos that were found using OneSearch).Persuasive Paper:
Your paper must specifically reference and cite at least five (5) different credible and appropriate sources with at least two (2) "library" sources (those found using OneSearch).
If you run into a paywall in Google (etc.) you can search for the article here! (e.g. for New York Times)
You will need to log in with your eServices username (w+student ID) and password.
As a Los Rios student you have access to these newspaper/magazine articles for free through the library.
Scholarly Journal Articles ()
Scholarly journal articles can be very challenging, especially if you're new to them. These sources give some ideas on how to tackle a scholarly journal article.
Parentheses and Or: Use these around keywords separated by the word "or" to expand your search with synonyms. Putting "or" between words means that either term (or both) will be returned in the search.
Asterisk: Use this to shorten a word and search for all possible endings of the root word. This tool will give you more results.
Example Topic: Rohingya conflict in Myanmar
Example Topic: How is the Chinese government responding to climate change?
Remember to take advantage of the limiters on the left of your search results to ensure you are getting current resources that you can access!
Limit by Publication Date
OneSearch is exactly what its name implies: one place to search for many different kinds of sources -- including books, eBooks, scholarly articles, news articles, videos, and more!