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Now that you know where and how to look for sources you need to keep track of your research. Avoid duplicating your efforts by keeping track of which searches work and which searches don't. Once you find an article that looks promising you should record all the publication information. You will be glad you did when you start on your bibliography!
Most databases include tools that will help you keep track of your research. In EBSCO databases, these tools can be found on the right side of an article's webpage. In ProQuest databases, tools are located in the upper right side of the screen.
Most databases provide pre-generated citations. These citations should not be considered accurate and will need to be checked for error. Most common mistakes are punctuation, capitalization and name errors.
Sometimes called Document URLs, Permalinks are stable URLs that will allow you to navigate back to an article at a later date.
Database vendors may offer a folder system to save articles within the database. To use this feature, you will need to create an account with the database.
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You can request articles through inter-library loan (Tipasa). Make sure you download your requested articles from Tipasa as soon as you receive them. Articles requested through Tipasa include a download limit or return date within Tipasa. If you have saved the article to your desktop, flash drive or in the cloud, you will continue to be able to access the article after it is no longer available in Tipasa.