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American Ethnic Diversity

Resources for Facilitating Your Experience

GENERATING TEACHING METHODS IDEAS

Websites:

Library Databases:

  • ERIC
    Premier database of scholarly and professional journals, books, documents, and more in education and related areas. Some full text is linked directly in the database; otherwise, use the Check for Full Text buttons to check for full text online or in the library.

     
  • Sociological Abstracts
    Citations to scholarly journal articles, books, book chapters, dissertations and more in sociology and related disciplines in the social and behavioral sciences. Use the Check for Full Text buttons to check for full text online or in the library.

Sample Articles / Bibliographies:

Resources for Sociological Scholarly Research

Resources to use in Facilitation

Citing Your Sources

  • For help using American Sociological Association Style, consult the following resources:

  • Zotero
    "Free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources." Download instructions and help available on the site.

Getting Full Text Articles

GETTING THE ARTICLES IN LIBRARY DATABASES

  • If you are in a library database with Check for Full Text buttons, click on "Check for Full Text." This button will take you the full text of the article or tell you that the full text cannot be found. If the full text is not available from Trexler Library, request it via interlibrary loan.
  • If you have citation information for the article (i.e., journal title, article title, publication year, etc.), type the information about your article in the article finder on the library website. If the library subscribes to the full text, you will be directed to the article. If not, you can request a copy of the article via interlibrary loan.
  • If Trexler Library does not have access to the full text of the article, search Google Scholar by article title to see if the author has made a copy freely available online. Look to the far right of the article's title to see if there is a link to a freely available copy.