This guide has been designed especially for students taking ARTS1000.
It aims to support the development of your research and referencing skills, as well as guide you to various resources that may be useful for the ARTS1000 annotated bibliography and essay. Links to resources have been included for their relevance but do not make up an exhaustive list of all that is available to support your research.
Navigate through the guide using the tabs on the side.
I hope you are putting the learning from our searching workshop to good use and finding relevant sources for your ARTS1000 essay! If you happen to have hit a road block, check out the Research Skills and Sources of Information tabs in this guide. You can also come and visit us in the St Teresa's Library.
I'll be seeing you again in week 9 to tell you all about referencing in the APA and Chicago styles. This session will be of most value if you have made a start on your reference list or bibliography. Students often make small errors when formatting references and I'll be explaining how to avoid the most common ones. If you bring along the work you have done so far, you could make the required edits in class and get your references looking perfect!
See you soon and best of luck with your assignments.
Sophie (Arts & Sciences Liaison Librarian)