Welcome! In the workshop today, you will have the opportunity to:
The SCU Library subscribes to hundreds of these databases that are hidden in the deep web.
A couple good options:
Do you need peer-reviewed journal articles? Are you looking for popular/background sources? Use the database limiters on the left side of the interface.
Know your topic well to know what to pick when you look over your results.
How long is the article? Who wrote the article? What does the abstract say about the article?
Use the built-in tools to save the permalink, generate a citation, and more. This is important for eventually creating your bibliography.
If you're using OSCAR to find books, you will have to make a citation by hand most likely (there is not a built-in citation generator in OSCAR).
Find an article in ATLA Religion Database that is about something you've discussed in class recently or that interests you related to the Christian tradition. Post the citation for the article in correct MLA style on the Padlet at the top of this page.
We'll see who did it correctly!