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Last Updated: Dec 6, 2016 URL: http://libguides.marin.edu/Saldana150 Print Guide

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The Essay Assignment

Quoting Professor Saldaña's assignment: "Eight to ten of your choice but at least two peer-reviewed, scholarly journals"

 

Welcome Professor Saldaña's ENGL 150 Students!


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Welcome, Professor Saldaña's English 150 students!

Here are some resources from College of Marin Library that are especially helpful for your English 150 Research Essay. Professor Saldaña's assignment calls for "Eight to ten sources print and/or electronic documents." These include two sources from peer-reviewed, scholarly journals. Don't forget books! Also, here is a link to the awesome website out of Dacher Keltner's work at Berkeley:

Greater Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life

Please click here for a list of all of the library's databases.


This guide will help you:

  • Use encyclopedia articles to build background knowledge
  • Identify appropriate databases for your essays and research paper
  • Navigate through databases
  • Limit or refine your search
  • Use advanced research techniques

        

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