CGS Rhetoric: Library Basics
CGS Rhetoric Prof. Kramer 02/03/2016
SEARCH by keywords e.g.
“Animal welfare and ethics” “Animals and ethics” “ethics and capital punishment”
Refine your results by format, date, language and more.
- General Science Full Text
- Lexis Nexis Academic
- Social Sciences Full Text
- Web of Science
- BU WorldCat Local- Worldwide database of books, journals and more owned by libraries around the world. Allows direct borrowing from our partner libraries.
EVALUATING YOUR SOURCES
What are scholarly sources?
What are peer reviewed journals? A peer reviewed journal consists of articles that have been reviewed by a panel of subject experts before they are approved for publication.
What are Primary sources? Primary sources are materials that provide direct evidence or firsthand testimony concerning the period or subject under investigation.
What are Secondary sources? Secondary sources interpret or analyze an event or subject.
DOCUMENTING YOUR SOURCES
RefWorks research management, writing and collaboration software helps you to:
- Organize your research
- Build a bibliography in a variety of formats
- Import references from many data sources
- Create bibliographies in different document formats
Please contact me with ANY library or research questions