Answered By: Ken Distler Last Updated: Jun 30, 2014 Views: 62
On the NYIT Library home page (http://www.nyit.edu/library), click Databases A-Z (in right-hand Quick Links column) to access these Education-specific databases: Education Research Complete; ProQuest Education Journals; and ERIC. These first two databases allow you to limit your search results to full-text, peer-reviewed journal articles simply by checking boxes. These same two databases also provide citation formatting assistance in your choice of styles, including MLA, APA, Chicago/Turabian, and more. Additionally, Education Research Complete and ProQuest Education Journals both provide users with the ability to export citations directly into RefWorks, NYIT's high-end Web-based bibliography-generating and source management software solution. RefWorks is able to generate perfectly-formatted, correctly-alphabetized citations (references) for the References/Works Cited/Bibliography page of your research paper in your choice of styles (again, MLA, APA, Chicago/Turabian, etc.).