Last Updated: Nov 6, 2012
Check out these APA and MLA style guides for tips on creating citations and organizing a research paper.
See Purdue's excellent guide to creating annotated bibliographies: lists of scholarly sources with brief descriptions.
Excellent sources for Leadership-related scholarly articles, books, book chapters, conference proceedings, theses, dissertations, and more.
- Academic Search Premier
The Academic Search Premier database, published by EBSCO, indexes more than 8,300 journals in all academic disciplines, 4,600 of those journals full-text.
- Education Full Text
This database, published by WilsonWeb, supports research in education and policy-making. It indexes more than 770 journals, 400 of them peer-reviewed, and 350 of them full-text.
- ABI / Inform
This database indexes academic journals, but it also includes general business magazines, professional journals, and selected trade journals. It also provides access to full-text Wall Street Journal articles.
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Good starts for general research in Leadership.
Encyclopedia of Leadership
Call Number: Reference HD57.7 .E53 2004 v. 1–4
From "Achievement Motivation" to "Youth Leadership," this four-volume scholarly encyclopedia includes "sidebars," such as the one under Susan B. Anthony's entry that gives a transcript of her 1873 trial for illegal voting. Entries have reference lists for further reading.
Lindell Library ordered these recently acquired items at the request of faculty members from the Master's of Arts in Leadership program.
Created by Rebecca Ganzel-Thompson Fall 2009.