Upon satisfactory completion of this course, the student should be prepared to:
Below you'll find links to the MJC Library Catalog (WorldCat) and a selection of library databases that give researchers a great place to find full-text, academically appropriate books and articles. Each source provides access to different publications, so be experiment with a variety of databases.
Searching databases is not always as easy as searching Google. Keyword searches that work well in Google sometimes fail to yield as good as results in WorldCat and the library databases. Should you get stuck, below are some search terms that should help you find relevant sources. These terms provide a launching point for your research. MJC Research Librarians can always help you identify more terms.
From MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers:
An MLA citation of a film typically begins with the title of the film, italicized, and includes the director, the distributor, the year of release, and the medium on which you viewed the film. If you've viewed the film on DVD, you should include the DVD release date, though you may still choose to still include the original release date.
It's a Wonderful Life. Dir. Frank Capra. 1946. Republic, 2001. DVD.
The Great Train Robbery. Dir. Edward Porter. 1903. YouTube. Web. 24 Nov. 2015.