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!
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.
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.
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)