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Law for the Educator (Extended Campus) - Snyer: Getting Started

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ILLiad: Get Articles, Books or A/V from Another Library

APA Style Resources

When using the library's research databases, many (such as Academic Search Complete) provide the option to place the document's citation information into the the style format of your choice when you go to print, save or email it. Remember to select the APA format (or which ever style your professor requires) and you can save yourself some time. For online resources that don't have this option and when citing from print resources, print and online APA Style manuals are available.

Not sure how to cite a resource? Ask A Librarian!

Looking for topic ideas?

Not sure where to start your research?  Take a look at these resources for overviews of your topic:

Law and Education databases

These databases will be most helpful to you as you search for laws, court cases, statutes and other legal materials:

Newspapers - full-text artilces

You can search newspapers to find news articles about court cases and laws:

Find Books

In the Gallucci-Cirio Library:


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