INT 101 Nelson

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This guide contains resources that will assist you with your Annotated Bibliography assignment. If you have any questions or need additional help, please Ask a Librarian.

Useful Guides:

How to Write an Annotated Bibliography - In addition to the information in your assignment, this guide also includes example annotations.

MLA Style Guide from the OWL at Purdue

Locating Full Text Articles

Useful Source:

Pocket Guide to World Religions

Databases:

Discovery - an EBSCO service allowing you to search multiple databases and the library catalog simultaneously. This service is made available to us through GALILEO, Georgia Library Learning Online, an initiative of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.

Religion & Philosophy Collection (EBSCO) - With more than 243 full-text journals, this collection covers topics in spiritual, ethical, philosophical, cultural, and historical aspects of the world's major religions.

Tips:

  • Start Searching Now! You may need to request items via Interlibrary Loan, which usually takes a week to process and receive. Since you need to have a draft completed by September 13, you will need to get any ILL requests in as soon as you can, preferably no later than August 31.
  • Use the search phrase “free will ” and the religion or denomination you have chosen when searching the databases.
  • When you find a relevant article, check the reference list for other potential sources. You can use the guide on Locating Full Text Articles to help you find these sources or Ask a Librarian to help you locate the articles.
  • If you're having trouble finding sources on your topic, Ask a Librarian for help! There are other places to look, and we're happy to help!