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Gale eBooks (GVRL Encyclopedias)
Contains eBooks, encyclopedias, and specialized sources for research in almost all subjects.
Academic Search Ultimate (EBSCOhost)
EBSCO's largest collection of full-text, peer-reviewed journals, covering the widest variety of topics.
Full-text archives of 1400 scholarly journals and ebooks in the arts, humanities, social sciences and sciences.
Gender Studies Databases
Gale OneFile: Gender Studies
Periodicals supporting research on aspects of gender in culture and society.
Scholarly and popular articles that focus on the impact of gender across a variety of subject areas.
LGBTQ+ Source (EBSCOhost)
Popular and scholarly literature on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer topics.
Archives of Sexuality and Gender: LGBTQ History and Culture since 1940
Primary source collection on the history of sexuality and gender covering social, political, health, and legal issues impacting LGBTQ communities around the world.
Diversity Collection (ProQuest)
Global views of topics in diversity, equity, and inclusion from ethnic, minority, and native presses, grassroots newspapers and magazines, and journals, news and newsletters focusing on gender and sexuality.
Women's Studies Archive: Women's Issues and Identities
A primary source archive focusing on the social, political, and professional achievements of women throughout the nineteenth and twentieth century.
What is a Scholarly Article?
Scholarly (or Academic or Peer-Reviewed) Articles are:
Written by experts in a subject who share original research
Published in a scholarly journal
Use technical language
Use many in-text citations
Include lengthy references
Often include tables, charts, and graphs
Learn how to distinguish between popular and scholarly articles:
Is it a Magazine or Scholarly Journal?
Cite Multiple Authors in APA
APA In-Text Citations
3 or more authors
et al. after first author: (Brown et al., 2020)
APA References Page
Three to Twenty Authors
List all of the authors (up to 20 names).
More Than Twenty Authors
List the first 19 authors then an ellipsis ( . . . ) and final author.