JSTOR and MLA provide access to citations, full-text scholarly articles, primary documents, and more. Learn how to get the most out of each resource in conjunction with tools such as EKS Periodicals by Title, EKS A-to-Z, and Google Scholar™ and see how you can use these interdisciplinary databases for discipline-specific assignments.
- Wednesday, January 23 at noon in LaVerne Dining Hall
- This session will most benefit the following Departments:
- Humanities Disciplines
- All are Welcome
- Feel free to post questions here in advance
EBSCO announces that product enhancements for MLA International Bibliography have recently been released.
The enhancements include:
- Book reviews added within book citation records.
- Listing active/non-active status of websites, along with the URL.
- Addition of two new document types: Edition, and Translation. Both are included in the Document Type limiter and Index Browse.
The MLA will also be adding references to select citation records. EBSCO expects to release this feature in February 2013.
The book reviews contain a Review Excerpt, Reviewer, Reviewer Affiliation, Review Source, Review Publication Date, Volume and Issue, Review URL and DOI.
It’s here! MLA International Bibliography from EBSCOhost is now available from the EKS Library list of databases. Produced by the Modern Languages Association, this database offers a detailed bibliography of journal articles, books, and dissertations. Subjects covered include dramatic arts, folklore, language & linguistics, literature, and literary theory & criticism. Visit us today at: libguides.wingate.edu/alldatabases.