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Illegal drug resources
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MasterFile

MasterFILE Main Edition is a multidisciplinary database.

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Power Library

Power Library - Pennsylvania's Electronic Library

To access PowerLibrary on school computers go to the desktop icon. You will not need a password.

To access powerlibrary at home, you will either need to enter your community library card number (go to Exeter Community Library's link on resource page) OR simply sign in for an ecard number. Write it down and you can access PowerLibrary on any computer, anytime.

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Consumer Health

Health Database that includes a  wealth of information including evidence-based reports, drug and herb information, encyclopedias and reference books, alternative sources, fact sheets and pamphlets, news and magazines, images and diagrams, and video and animations.

UXLEncyclopedia of Drugs and Addictive Substances

UXL Encyclopedia of Drugs and Addictive Substances, 2006

You can access this resource several ways. You might have to access it through Destiny. 

You can access it on the library website/resources page. When Infotrac opens enter the password  exeter. User name is Exeter Township Sr. High. For remote access the pw is Exeter _rpa.

You might be able to simply open it if you click on it  It depends from where you are accessing it.  If you can't get on it, please let the librarian know.

 

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MLA Citation Examples

Consumer Health Complete

(Gives info only)

McIntosh, J., F. MacDonald and N. McKeganey. “Why Do Children Experiment

                With Illegal Drugs?.” Addiction Research and Theory.  14.3 (2006): 275-287.

                Consumer Health Complete. Web. 8 May 2014.

MasterFILE Main Edition

(Will do citation)

MacQeen, KenPatriquin, Martin. “Are We Ready to Subsidize Heroin?.” Macleans 124-40 (2011): 18.

                  MasterFILE Main Edition. Web. 8 May 2024.

Newspaper Source Plus

                                                                                                                         (Will do citation)

DeWitt, David. “Addicts Gravitate from Prescription Pills to Heroin.” Athens News.

                21 Apr. 2014:14+. Newspaper Source Plus. Web. 8 May 2014.

Gale Virtual Reference Library

                                                                                                                         (Will do citation)

“Heroin.” UXL Encyclopedia of Drugs and Addictive Substances. Ed. Barbara C. Bigelow.

                 Vol 3.  Detroit:UXL, 2006. 399-420. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 8 May 2014.

Websites

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“Drug Fact Sheets.” United States Drug Enforcement Administration.  United States Department of

                Justice. N.d. Web. 8 May 2014.

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