Liaison to Celtic Studies and Folklore & Mythology
In Lamont B-30, guest instructor Ramona Islam will teach library e-research basics and how to create an annotated bibliography from 6:30–8 p.m. on:
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- Celtic heritage: ancient tradition in Ireland and Wales
Rees, A. D. and Rees, B. R. - the best place to begin
- Citation Linker - find a journal article when you have its citation
- CSANA Bibliography - a good e-resource to search
- HOLLIS+ - Harvard's library catalog (find books, journals, and
more), See also: Widener call number locations chart
- MLA International Bibliography - a good e-resource to search
- MLA Citations - models for how to cite using MLA style
- MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers
- RefWorks - citation management tool
- Understanding Citations Tutorial - reading & interpreting
citations, See also: The Elements for Each Citation Type
- Components of Annotated Bibliographies (Purdue OWL)
Finding Your Way in the Harvard Library
The libraries where you will find the most materials for this course are:
The Harvard Library is an organization of more than 70 libraries supporting research throughout Harvard University. The Harvard Library site is a gateway to the resources in the libraries, the archives, and to the more than 6,000 electronic resources to which the Harvard Libraries subscribe.
Getting a PIN
If you do not yet have a Harvard PIN, go to the Harvard University PIN Administration Site.
It is important to have a Harvard PIN (Personal Identification Number) in order to use the library and its resources. This is different from a DCE PIN, which begins with @. The Harvard PIN does not begin with @.
Why do you need a Harvard PIN?
- To connect to the library's subscription databases from off-campus.
- To request library materials via the following services:
Requests from the Harvard Depository via HOLLIS+ or HOLLIS Classic
Get It via HOLLIS+ or HOLLIS Classic:
Other Get It services:
Harvard Direct requests via HOLLIS+ or HOLLIS Classic