JSTOR- JSTOR provides access to more than 12 million academic journal articles, books, and primary sources in 75 disciplines. This includes access to all Arts & Sciences and Thematic collections, the Life Sciences Collection, the Business IV Collection, JSTOR Global Plants, African Cultural Heritage Sites and Landscapes, Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa, and the Primary Source collections.
Student Resources in Context- This database provides magazine, academic journal, and newspaper articles, web links, images, multimedia, statistics, and primary sources related to many popular research topics. See a LMC staff member for the login ID.
Dayton Metro Library Research Databases-Access additional databases and professional indexes. ** You must enter your library card number to access these databases.
Wright Memorial Public Library Research Databases- Access additional databases, such as Literature Criticism Online and many more! **You must enter your library card number to access these databases.
Help with the research process:
Research 4 Success (INFOhio)- A course designed for high school students grades 11 and 12 to aid in understanding the research process. See a LMC staff member for the latest username and password (needed for home access)
Citations and Writing Help:
EasyBib MLA Citation Maker- Find information on how to cite different types of sources and create MLA edition 7 citations with this fantastic resource.
NoodleBib Express Citations- Current citation generator for MLA, APA, and Chicago styles.
Purdue Online Writing Lab- Find information on how to write and organize a paper, how to develop ideas and support your thesis, and how to cite information according to MLA guidelines.
Writing Rescue Guide for Students- This guidebook from Affordable Colleges Online covers the different writing styles (Chicago, MLA, AP, APA) how to tackle various types of essays and papers, tools and techniques to help improve writing, and how (and why) to use your college's writing center.