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BIBL 104 - Survey of Biblical Literature: Home

This research guide features resources and strategies for finding information and conducting research related to Biblical Literature

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Welcome

Welcome to the BIBL 104 course research guide!

This course research guide will help you use the library and its resources to complete the writing assignments for BIBL 104. It is organized by assignment, with some important introductory material on the home tab.

If you have any questions about using the library, please contact the liaison librarian, whose contact information can be found on every page of this research guide.

First Steps to Success

Always carefully read the assignment instructions and make sure you understand them. Contact your instructor for any clarification. Many times you will be told how to organize your paper, and what information sources you may, or may not, use. The course assignments for BIBL 104 require the use of academic sources. Wikipedia, although a viable source of information in some instances, is not a credible source to be cited in completing these course assignments.

As you use information sources, you want to be sure to properly cite them. Plagiarism is a serious academic offense with serious consequences, yet it is easily avoided.

The following tutorials will help you to correctly cite the information resources you use. The University's Writing Services offers additional writing assistance, including a list of writing aids on their website.