Marygrove Library has access to many ebooks through our library website, but not all of the ebooks display in our catalog. From the Books and Media tab, select ebooks then click either ebrary or eBooks to search for items. http://research.marygrove.edu/books-a-media/ebooks
2. Online reference
Feeling cut off from our large print reference collection? Try the database General Reference Center Gold from our list of Articles and Databases . Search for your topic and select books on the left navigation bar in order to view entries in our digital encyclopedias. http://research.marygrove.edu/articles-a-databases/search-for-articles
3. Scholarly journals
Need more peer-reviewed, scholarly content? Find journal articles in our our online databases by selecting your subject area from our subject guide. Select a database from the subject guide list and search in the database. Remember to search databases by keywords only, rather than full sentences. http://research.marygrove.edu/research-help-a-guides/search-by-subject
4. Citation guides
Stuck while citing your paper? View the PDF called Library guide to (citation style) over at http://research.marygrove.edu/research-help-a-guides/apa-mla-turabian-a-cse.
Do you have a citation that isn’t covered on the library guide? On the citation guide, click the link under your citation style that says Owl Writing lab. The Owl Writing Lab at Purdue University has easy to use Formatting and Style Guides that address most of the common citation issues. Use the navigation bar on the left to find the appropriate section. http://research.marygrove.edu/research-help-a-guides/apa-mla-turabian-a-cse.
5. Writing guide
You can also visit the Owl at Purdue website for some helpful tips in constructing your arguments. http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/724/02/