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Conflict and Perspectives

Creating Strong Arguments

Suggested Databases

Recommended FREE Databases Google Scholar -  This is the search engine for resources that are vetted. I like the groupings, and it is very visual.  Also gives an encyclopedia/dictionary as part of the site as well as sources. Consensus -  AI search tool.  Searches are free; they get a few summaries that are produced from the articles using AI - gives the source.  Google Scholar -  This will be a higher-end search as these don't necessarily have a way to manipulate the reading levels

Recommended Paid Databases provided by ISB Main Library



 CREDO SOURCE - access to all Infobase Sources in one location with MindMaps and connections.

Explora  EXPLORA aggregates all of the databases within EBSCO to make searching millions of articles easier

JSTOR DatabaseJSTOR provides a wide range of sources that are all Academic Journal articles. 

Sites for unique research and data

Research Process and Citations

Creating Citations or Works Cited Page?

  1. If you are using any of the databases offered at ISB, you can copy the citation from the database (remember we use MLA 8 at ISB). 
  2. You can create your own Research eNotes to capture your resources, ideas, quotes, and citations by clicking here.


Works Cited: A Quick Guide

MLA Handbook. 8th ed., New York, Modern Language Association of America, 2016.


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