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ENGH 101: Composition

General & topic-specific databases and "How To" tutorials. Get started here to find books, locate articles, develop search strategies...and more!

General Databases

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How Do I Read the Article?

Not all databases offer full-text articles; some only offer citations and abstracts. To get to the full text, follow these steps to see if we have the article in another database:

  1. Click on the MasonLink button if you see it in your search results.
  2. Search the E-Journal Finder by the title of the journal.
  3. If Mason doesn't subscribe to a database containing the full-text article you want, you may need to request it through the WRLC Consortium Loan Service or Interlibrary Loan (ILL).

Seeking Diverse Voices

As you're developing your topic, we encourage you to incorporate the voices of those who are most affected by what you're researching. When considering your audience, you might find that sources about/by your audience are challenging to find. Below are a few resources that can help!