1. Explore (web)
2. Background (library catalog: books)
3. Scholarly conversations (library databases: articles)
4. Support arguments (source citation)
5. Drafts & revisions (librarians & Writing Center)
3. Add: lunch programs= 259 results
4. LIMIT results to Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals
5. LIMIT results to the last ten years.
6. Use the Citation generator to create an MLA citation
7. Use the chain link tool to create a durable URL.
Databases A-Z List and by Subject
Which subject does your topic fall under?
While the general, also known as multi-subject databases are helpful starting out, be sure to search subject-specific databases to find additional sources.