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Every type of research project is organized using an academic style guide. Your professor will inform you which process to use.
Booth Library has the most recent MLA, APA and Chicago style guides at the Information Desk. There are also web sites that are excellent starting points for information on formatting your project.
Details on formatting a paper/bibliography.
Also, here are two websites:
Library databases will provide you with articles or research on your topic. Below is a selection of databases that will guide you to relevant sources for your topic.
Academic Search Complete
A multidisciplinary resource featuring a diversified mix of scholarly journals, trade publications, magazines, and other timely sources designed to support college research.
JSTOR is an archive of journal scholarship, as well as books and primary resources.
Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (by EBSCOhost)
The database (also known as LISTA) indexes journals; books, and research reports. Helpful for education and instructional technology research.