Most qualitative papers should follow APA style format.
To find these resources, use your keywords/search terms followed by the word "AND bibliographies" in the Classic Catalog.
Additional details on using the catalog to find books and media Journal articles are a great resource for learning about cutting-edge research in your area.
More information on finding background information Use the search terms/keywords you brainstormed in Step 1: Exploring your Research Idea to search the Classic Catalog.
Note where the item is located in the library and the circulation status.
Always look for available works on your topic and its dimensions.
Many a time you will find an angle that was missed by the researcher that you can cover up through your research.
But this may turn to be a nightmare when you start the research process.
The reader will easily come to know while reading the report that has no interest in the topic and may mark your report as less appropriate. While selecting our topic you should cross check it to make it sure that you have enough data available to write the report easily.
Indexes and databases allow you to search across many journal publishers at once to find citations, abstracts, and full-text to articles.
Additional details on using databases As you search and find citations and/or abstracts for specific books, articles, or websites, consider the following established criteria for evaluating the quality of books, journal articles, and websites.