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Finding Specific Articles

When you know the author, title, journal name, etc. of the article you want

           Example: 
 Malebranche, Mary, Morisod, Kevin, & Bodenmann, Patrick. (2020). Deaf culture and health care. Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), 192(50), E1809–E1809. https://doi.org/10.1503/cmaj.200772

Use OneSearch

Type title in quotation marks: "deaf culture and health care"

OR

Type keywords such as author surname and several words from title: malebranche deaf culture health

Finding Groups of Articles About a Topic

When you want articles about a topic but don't have a specific article to search for:

Use OneSearch (Basic or Advanced) to browse by subject terms

Use University Library Databases -- listed by subject, type and name

Get research tips from Deaf Studies LibGuide

 

Saving Articles

Use Pin It feature in OneSearch -- make sure to log in with your CSUN user id and password (same as portal or Canvas). Items you pin will remain attached to your account and appear every time you log in.

In databases save articles to a folder or export to a citation manager.

 

OneSearch

Watch this video to learn how to navigate OneSearch to find materials available through the University Library.

APA Style

In-Text Citations

"In-text citation" means that you refer to (or cite) the ideas or words of another as soon as you write about them in your paper. There are several ways to do this: using quotation marks for exact words, summarizing or condensing without changing the meaning, and paraphrasing or using your own words.

Here are specific examples of ways to handle in-text citation in both APA and MLA format.

APA In-Text Citation Basics (Purdue OWL)

APA In-Text Citations Specific Examples (Purdue OWL)

 

Creating a Bibliography at ZoteroBib

ZoteroBib

Automatically generates single citations from URLs or DOIs in APA.