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BIOLOGY 184 - SpringSummer2021

BIOL 184 Annotated Bibliography Assignment - Spring 2021

BIOL 184 Annotated Bibliography Assignment  - Spring 2021

Students are to select a minimum of five scholarly sources (at least three must be primary) that would be appropriate to cite if they were to be writing a research article. Sources are to be varied. The assignment is to write an annotated bibliography for all five selected sources.

BIOL 184 Reading, Researching, and Referencing Assignment - Spring 2021

BIOL 184 Reading, Researching, and Referencing Scientific Literature Assignment - Spring 2021

NOTE:  It seems that BIOL 184 students need to be within the VPN client when using EndNote Online from off campus when accessing the Biological Bulletin listed as a Bibliographic Style from within EndNote Online. 

Getting Started: Off - campus Access Via VPN

Off campus?  Connect to the Libraries website and resources from off-campus
The UVic Libraries subscribes to a variety of web-based resources (i.e. databases, e-journals, e-texts, etc.) that are licensed for the exclusive use of current UVic students, staff and faculty. You must have a current NetLink ID and password to access these resources from off campus. Visit the Connect from off-campus web page for details.

NOTE:  It seems that BIOL 184 students need to be within the VPN client when using EndNote Online from off campus when accessing the Biological Bulletin listed as a Bibliographic Style from within EndNote Online. 

A helpful book: Making Sense in the Life Sciences: A Student's Guide to Research and Writing by Margot Northey and Patrick von Aderkas   Call Number: QH304 N67

Fall 2020 Update: If you are interested in borrowing print books and can come to campus, you can request books via the Libraries RE:Quest service

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