Using the Kilgore College Library Online Resources Government Research Library Access 24/7
Did you know that you can do research without actually coming to the KC Library on campus? You have access to our databases and ebooks: As long as you are enrolled in the current
semester at KC. As long as you have Internet access. Randolph C. Watson Library Homepage
https://library.kilgore.edu Randolph C. Watson Library Homepage Logging in from Off-Campus When logging in from off-campus, you will need
a username and password. Username: 1st 4 letters of your last name, 1st four letters of your first name, last 4 digits of your KC ID. Password: StudentMMDD
Off-Campus Log In So, if your name is Tailor Katzon, you were born on July 22, and your KC ID is 123456789, your login will be: Username:katztail6789 Password: Student0722
Student with a capital S. Month and day of birth so that it is
4 digits. Finding Resources Books Ebooks
Enter your search terms in the box. Hit Enter. Enter search
terms Narrow the search by clicking on Kilgore College, Watson Library and Book. Click here
Click here Books and eBooks This is an eBook. You can read it from your computer.
This is a print book. You can check it out. This is the call number. You will
need this to find the book on the shelf. Interlibrary Loan If you need something that the KC Library
does not own, we can request it from another library through Interlibrary Loan. It takes time to receive items from other libraries. We will contact you when the item arrives, or if we are unable to obtain it for your use.
Ebooks Ebooks are electronic versions of books that can be read from your computer screen or device.
Ebooks: Click View eBook to begin. Click here
Click on Full Text to open the book. Click here Click Search within
to open a search box. Click here Type in search terms and hit Enter.
Enter search terms here Click the magnifying glass or hit Enter
Click on a page number to go to that page. Page number matches
Click here Remember the Citations! Click on Cite.
Click here Scroll down to the format you need. Copy and paste to your
References page. Scroll here. Remember the citation information!
Use the Cite feature for the database, or Use www.citationmachine.net to create citations. Use APA style to format your citations. APA is short for Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association
APA is often used for research in the sciences See the APA section in your English handbook Why Use a Database? Anyone can create an internet site. It can be true.
It can be fake. You have to verify internet information.
Who is the author? Does the site want to provide information, or sell something? When was it last updated?
Databases Provide thousands of articles from journals, newspapers, or books. The information is more likely to be accurate. Many articles are peer-reviewed.
Your instructor may prefer database articles to internet sites. Click on Databases under the Search Resources box.
Click here Click to select Government, History, Law & Criminal Justice. Click here
Scroll to view database titles. Click on a title to open the database. Click here
U.S. History (Gale in Context) Enter terms in the search box. Enter search
terms here. Or, Browse Topics. Click a subject title to see all topics in a subject area. Subject titles
are in Black Click on a title. Click here
Select the type of information you want to read. Click here for secondary
sources Click here if you are required to use
primary sources Click to see all of the titles in a category. Click here
Click on a title. Click here Read.
Click on the Cite icon at the top of the page. Click here
Select the citation style required by your instructor. Click the arrow to choose a different style. JSTOR
Enter search terms and search. Enter search terms here Click on the Title to View the Article.
Click here Read the Article. Click Cite this Item.
Click here Use the APA citation. Academic Search Complete
Click here Type in your terms. Remember to click on Full Text. Enter search
terms Click here Click on Full Text to read an article.
Click here Read the article.
Click on the Cite icon. Click here Scroll down to APA.
If the article is a PDF. The article has been scanned into the database and will appear the same as it appears in the print journal. Military and Intelligence
Click here Enter search terms and search. Enter search terms here
Click here Click here if your instructor requires PeerReviewed
articles Select Academic Journals. Click here Click on a title to view.
Click here Read. Click on the Cite icon at the top of the page.
Click here Get the citation for your bibliography page. Use the arrow to select the correct
format Westlaw is great for reading Court Cases. Click here
Enter search terms and hit Enter or click on the magnifying glass. Enter search terms here.
Click here. Click on a title to read. Click here.
Read. Use Citationmachine.net to create your citations.
More about Citations Since you are using APA, your paper will contain in-text citations. You will list the bibliographies for the sources you used on a separate sheet of paper titled Resources.
Citations Each time you use someone elses words or ideas, you must provide a citation to give credit to that person. As you type your paper, you will use an in-text
citation, using the last name of the author of the article, and the page number, if given, in parentheses. Ex. (Logan 214) For each citation, you will provide a corresponding bibliography.
If You Need Help with Research Call the KC Library and speak to a librarian. Come to the KC Library and speak with a librarian. Use the Ask-A-Librarian email service from the home page.
Ask-A-Librarian Click here Complete the form and Submit.
Click Submit after completing form. Ask-A-Librarian continued We get back to you as quickly as possible.
If it is a night, weekend, or holiday, you will have to wait until the next working day. We wont do the work for you, but we can help you determine which database to use, or how you might reword your search terms to get better results.
Quiz When can I access electronic resources? What is used to tell where I got my information? An article that has been scanned into the
database is called ______. The email reference service is called ______. What is an electronic version of a book? Good Luck!
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