This guide is intended to help you 1) locate the ≥10 research articles on your topic; and 2) write an annotated bibliography in the correct citation style.
Please feel free to contact me with questions anytime: firstname.lastname@example.org
***In order to gain full access to articles,
be sure to use the links on this course guide
or log in through the AU Libraries website***
For more information about each database, click on the information button beside it.
PubMed is an excellent resource for searching the life science and medical literature.
It indexes more than 23 million citations to scientific articles and books. Not only will it help you while you're here at AU, it is a great resource after you graduate. Not all of the databases the library has access to are free to the general public, but PubMed is.
PubMed Central may be even more important to you after you graduate. It contains free full-text access to over 2.8 million access articles.
Please contact me if you have any questions about using this valuable information source: email@example.com