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Reading Nature - GEN 101 - Snow & Lovseth

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So, you have an annotated bibliography due...

We've put together some resources to help! The navigation bar is organized in the order in which you'll need the information so you can focus on researching and learning.

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*Searching Techniques has tools and tips for making your searches more effective. Your time is valuable, and we want you to know how to find the "good stuff" quickly. This is a good place to start.

*Tertiary Sources has links to several encyclopedias as well as searchable reference collections. These are the types of sources you'll need for the first annotated bibliography. 

*Books & eBooks and Journal Articles have examples of secondary sources and explanations of how to use databases to find articles, which you'll need for your second annotated bibliography.

*MLA Citation has several resources to help you cite sources appropriately and craft a bibliography using the Modern Language Association's style guide. 

*Plagiarism Prevention has tools to help you avoid unintentional plagiarism as well as research and study tips.

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me or use our chat feature by clicking "Ask A Librarian" on the right-hand side of any page of the library's website. 

Happy researching,

Colleen

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