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We all know you can use Google, but did you know it has an advanced search? You can use it to limit to just .gov or .org websites. But don't forget it's up to you to evaluate whether or not the website is a credible one.
Here are a few links to help you out with your APA citations.
A short (2:12) video on how to get APA citations from Academic Search, SocINDEX, and PsycINFO.
How to Find Books
Where to Find Articles
Library search engines (databases) are a great place to find scholarly journal articles or other sources for your paper. Each search engine has a different flavor/subject area it covers. If the full text isn’t right there, click the Find It button. If we don’t have the article, you can request it from another library by clicking the “get this article or book chapter” link. (The turnaround time on this is usually about 2 days.)