Research Assignment for English 2300-2-3.docx

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The finished annotated bibliography will consist of a complete citation for each of the three scholarly journal articles you’ve selected to read followed by an annotation (summary) of about 500 - 700 words. This means that the total document should be a minimum of 1000 words. What follows next are specific instructions for accessing online scholarly journal articles in LU’s library database: 1) Open your web browser and type in the following address: 2) Select “Database List.” 3) Select “M.” 4) Scroll down to the “MLA International Bibliography” and select it. 5) Type in your Lamar Electronic Access (LEA) user name and password, and login (if required). 6) Under “Searching: MLA International Bibliography,” enter the search term “Ethics and Literature” in the first search window. 7) Under “Search Modes and Expanders,” select “Linked Full Text” and “Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals.” 8) Then click “Search” at the bottom of the screen. The steps above will produce a list of scholarly journal articles that are available in full-text electronic versions that you could simply click on and read or print out and read. If a PDF version of the articles you choose is available, then use those, as they will include page numbers at the bottom of their scanned images that can be cited within the text of your paper.
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  • Fall '16
  • MelissaL.Hudler
  • English, Literature, scholarly journal articles, MLA International Bibliography

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