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How many sources do I need ?
This is a two-part answer:
Annotate at least 5 sources for the Annotated Bibliography.
For the research paper, usemore than 5 total sources to write a well-argued paper with sufficient, credible evidence. (Approx. 7-10 sources.)
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Who It Is Great For: Anthropology, Communication Studies, General Studies, History Studies, Political Science Studies, Sociology Studies
3. Database Full-Text Articles
Required: At least 2 full-text articles from a library database. Peer-reviewed is preferred.
What it is: Pro- and Con- viewpoint articles on many "hot topics." Also includes overview or background articles and news. Sometimes includes primary sources, newspaper editorials and videos. Keyword search or browse popular topics by category or alphabetical listing.
Who It Is Great For: Communication Studies, Criminal Justice (Criminology Studies), General Studies, History Studies, Human Services (Human Services, Social Work Studies), Political Science Studies, Sociology Studies
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If accessing QVCC online resources from off-campus, you will first be prompted to log in using your Net-ID and password--this is not the same as creating or logging into a personal Ebook Central account!
What it is: Large selection of ebooks with many collections curated by librarians with browsable categories and highlighted titles.
Who It Is Great For: All Students
If accessing QV Library online resources from off-campus, you will be prompted to sign in with your 8-digit Net-ID and password--this is not the same as creating or logging into your personal Ebsco account!
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