War in Translation

Special Seminar, as COLQ-348

Moodle site: Course | Sara J. Brenneis (Section 01)

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Getting Started

Slides we viewed in class today

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    Primary Sources

    Visit the Library's Primary Source Research Guide to find an overview of primary sources, links to primary source databases, and strategies for finding primary sources on the web and in the Library's catalog.

      Citing Sources

      Citing Sources

      Be sure to credit the sources you use for a research project -- whether printed books and journals or online texts, websites, etc. If you are not familiar with MLA format, Purdue's Online Writing Lab (OWL) is a great resource. 

      You can also visit the library's How to Cite Sources page for tools and resources to help you properly cite your sources.