Put the Power of Google to work for you! Better searches = Better Results
Broaden Your Search
You have your list of keywords, right? Search them all at once by entering them in the search field with "OR" between them.
Look at you being awesome and saving time on your research!
Exclude Unwanted Words
Sometimes your search will give you results about the wrong thing. For example, Googling "jaguar" will bring results about the animal AND the car.
Use a - sign to indicate what you don't want.
Searching "Jaguar -car" gives you only information about the animal.
Select a Date Range
1900-2010 after 1800 before 1900
Selected and brief quotes can have a powerful impact on your reader. no more than 10% of your paper should be quotes
Introduce the quotes with the author's name if this will be persuasive; two questions 1) is the author important in their field ? and 2) does this language help to make your point because it is so powerful?).
Loertscher and Koechlin argued "____________"
In their 2015 study, Loertscher and Koechlin examined/explored/identified/determined/found "your summary or paraphrase goes here"
Surround the quote with some of your own writing to give it context.
The role of sexism in literature was found to be "quote here" (Loertscher and Kochlin, p. 235).