Go to turnitin.com to view my comments on your bibliography
After you have viewed those comments, be sure to revise your bibliography and submit it to the Final Working Bibliography (REVISED) on turnitin.com. If you have questions or need some help, you know where to find me!
You'll know you've found a study if you can locate a DOI number somewhere on the page. (Use Ctrl+F to quickly search for DOI.)
You can then search for that study by copying the DOI number into the search box on Citation Machine. Citation Machine will find the study and automatically enter most of the information for you.
You need to manually add one piece of information in Citation Machine: the name of the database where you found the study. You can almost always find that information in the top left-hand corner of the page.
These are tricky sources to find and cite, so if you need help, come see me!
Today we added two more sources to our working bibliographies, so your working bibliography should now look something like this.
Those two sources were an article from an organization website and an article from a college/university website.
Google offers some tools that allow us to search specifically for those types of sources. To find an organization's website, we type in our key words + site:*.org — that tells Google that we only want sites that end in .org (since organizations' websites almost always in in that). Here's what my search looked like.