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Reference Works (Tertiary)

  • Credo Reference
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  • Encyclopedia Judaica
    Encyclopedia Judaica is made available to the community through the generosity of the Bureau of Jewish Education and its donors.
  • Encyclopedia of Judaism
    Provides a full and reliable account of Judaism, beginning in ancient Israelite times and extending to our own day. Published in collaboration with the Museum of Jewish Heritage, New York.
  • Wikipedia
    A communally-written encyclopedia. Anyone can edit or contribute an entry, at any time. Excellent for locating controversies on a topic and getting ideas for research papers. The bibliographies often point to scholarly resources. Not itself a scholarly source per se, with no authority control. Compare with Scholarpedia.

Books (Primary or Secondary)

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  • WorldCat
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Scholarly Journal Articles (Secondary)

  • Academic Search Complete
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  • Historical Abstracts with Full Text
    Provides indexing, abstracts, and selected full text of articles appearing in history journals, with emphasis on world history from 1450 to present (excluding the U.S. and Canada which are covered in America: History and Life). It includes citations to books, journal articles, and dissertations.
  • Index to Jewish Periodicals
    Comprehensive index to English-language articles from journals devoted to Jewish affairs.
  • JSTOR
    Full text of scholarly journals from most academic disciplines. Coverage is from the inception of the journal through three to five years ago. Current issues are often to be found in Project Muse (see below). Includes nearly 300 journals specific to language and literature, including American Literary History, American Quarterly, Chaucer Review, College Composition and Communication, College English, College Literature, Early American Literature, ELH, English Journal, New Literary History, Shakespeare Quarterly, Southern Literary Journal, and Yearbook of English Studies.

Websites as Primary Sources

  • Google
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Citing Sources

  • Trexler Library Citation Guides
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