The following links provide search tools for policy reports, white papers and other publications produced by governments, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), research centres, institutes, and other special-purpose bodies, and/or think-tanks.
When writing research papers, it is essential to cite your references to inform your reader where the information was obtained from. All of your instructors will expect you to cite references, but may have different preferences for citation styles. The most common ones include the APA style, Chicago Style, and MLA. The Library has updated copies of all of these guides.
Their are also many online sources with pointers when using particular style guides.