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Race & Identity in Judaism: REL 0802/0902 // JEWISH ST 0802/0902

a course guide for this General Education course

Chasing Citations, Finding Full Text

Why cite?

Why cite sources in an academic research paper?

  1. To credit authors or artists whose arguments, ideas, or creative works you've used
  2. To allow people reviewing your work to check your sources for accuracy
  3. To allow readers to understand how you came up with your arguments
  4. To provide scholars with further sources for their own research
  5. To avoid plagiarism

Use Library Search

Library Search is your gateway to discover books, journal articles, and much more at Temple University Libraries. Additional information can be found in our Library Search FAQ's.

Google Scholar

Question: Why would you use Google Scholar?

Answer: Google Scholar identifies scholarly research materials from a broad range of subject areas. It can be a great place to begin your research and learn more about your topic.

If you are off-campus, set-up your preferences to access Temple's full-text articles through Google Scholar.

Use Journal Finder

Finding Full-Text in Three Tools