When to Use Quick Search:
On the left sidebar, you can "Refine Your Search" a number of different ways--including by publication date
**Remember, since you are supposed to look for recent publications (such as 2012 through present), you can narrow your seach easily in the "Publication Date" box
UNLV Libraries Catalog: http://webpac.library.unlv.edu/
Try a keyword search on your topic!
When searching for government-related statistics or reports, you can use Google! Type in your keywords, then type site:.gov and you will locate a wide variety of federal, state, and local statistics and reports.
Begin your charity/nonprofit research by investigating the organization's website. You will most likely learn about their mission, their key players, annual reports, events, fundraising efforts, and more
You may also want to type in the name of the charity in UNLV Libraries "Quick Search" button to find a vairety of sources from books, magazine & journal articles.
Below are some UNLV Library Databases and reliable charity-related websites to help you with researching the organizations.
Need statistics to support your argument. An easy way to find official statistics on Google is to add site:.gov to your search. For example:
Search "teen pregancy statistics" site:.gov
Then you will be directed to official government sources, such as the Center for Disease Control (CDC)
Refworks: Bibliography manager saves your citations and formats them into APA, MLA, or other styles. :
UNLV Libraries Style Guides: This link provides guides to help you create bibliographies & works cited pages for various style guides (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.