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Citations: MLA 8 and APA

In college, graduate school, and for various journals, professors, departments and journals have varying specific citation requirements, usually conforming to a universal style. MLA style is often used and widely accepted, but in the sciences, APA may be used, among others. For this project, make sure you're consistent, using one style. When you push the citation button on various databases, you have to look around to get to MLA 8, or confirm that is the style you want. NB: MLA 8 is new this year!

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    Google Scholar

    "Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines."

     

    Idea to improve this Guide?

    If you find a good resource that should be on this guide, tell Mr. B so he can add it. Suggestion for organizing differently? Tell him.

    Using Wikipedia

    Good wikipedia articles have excellent notes and bibliography section, often referencing and linking to top sources - like PubMed citations (NIH). 

    Recommended Databases:

    You can use our database subscriptions at home, too. Just log in using your network or desktop ID and password (may or may not be the same as HOL). Remember, the more search terms you use, the more content you'll find.

    Research Tip: EX VIVO

    A key search term to combine with your topical interests with human tissue research may be "ex vivo". In vitro is in the test tube (often no human tissue, just cells). In vivo is in the body. Ex vivo is outside the body, or germane to research outside the body, often using human tissue.

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