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Writing 5: Religion & Politics   Tags: writ.005.06-wi13  

Winter Term, 2012 taught by Richard Crocker
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Citing your Sources

Annotated Bibliography

  • How to Prepare an Annotated Bibliography (Cornell Univ. Library)
    Here's a concise overview of what an annotated bibliography is and what the annotation should cover.

    For your assignment, however, please note that the annotations should consist of 3 to 5 sentences. It should summarize the thesis statement of the article and provide your evaluation of the article.

"Get It" Tutorial

Use the Get It button to help you go from a citation in an online index to the actual article.

 View this narrated screencast on how to use the GET IT button. (3 min :33 sec.)

Selected Resources

Search Tools

  • Summon
    An interdisciplinary search engine that focuses on content here at Dartmouth.
  • Academic Search Complete
    An interdisciplinary index to the popular and academic press.
  • Lexis Nexis Academic
    Particularly useful for search newspapers, court decisions, and law journals. Note: Use an exclamation point to truncate search terms, e.g. pharmac!
  • Dartmouth College Library
    Subject headings include:
    Church and State -- United States
    Religion and politics -- United States
  • ATLA Religion Database
    Index to journals in religious studies.

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