This guide will help you gather sources for your Researched Argument paper.
For your paper, you need to support your claims using at least four high quality secondary sources and a primary source. You can gather many of your secondary sources by using this guide.
Secondary sources for this assignment include:
Many of these items you can have sent to you here at UWGB for free.
As you search, click on the red Find It button and sign in to request the book/library item. We will e-mail you when your item(s) get delivered to UWGB for pick-up.
Search the library's databases below to gather articles on your topic. For a full list of databases, go to the Databases by Subject page.
Try searching for articles on your topic from the following periodicals (magazines & newspapers):
Library Tip: When searching in a database, if you do not see a link to the copy of an article, click on the Find-It button. This will search our resources to locate an online copy.
If no online copy is available, you will be directed to our interlibrary loan page where you can place a request for the article.
Is my article from a scholarly (peer-reviewed) journal, a trade publication, magazine, or newspaper? This handout explains:
Oftentimes, your professor may want you to find a scholarly, peer-reviewed article.
Characteristics of peer-reviewed articles:
Google Scholar is a subset of Google that contains citations to articles, books, and other academic sources. Many of citations will have a Find-It @ UW-Green Bay link that will direct you to Cofrin Library online content. If you have questions about accessing materials through Google Scholar, let us know.