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Quaker Studies Research Template
Quaker Studies Research Template Use this template to help you track your project and make sure you’ve hit all the big sources. Depending on how long your research project is meant to be should determine the depth of use of this list. Select your topic and consider your big questions related to what you want to research. Read and review the resource page from the to see what is available Look at Historical Dictionary of the Friends (Quakers) - . Look at the Index for the Oxford Quaker Handbook of Quaker Studies Search Quaker Periodicals and Research Databases Search (QSRA Journals are .) Search through the University of Birmingham England. If you needed/wanted to go deeper, you can go into the Guilford College papers and archives Research Other Possible Sources: See what Wikipedia has on your topic Search for contemporary examples on blogs, films, podcasts Determine how scholarly your sources are (if you are using the above you will be fine) your reading and research into discrete notes based on your research. Build your bibliography - Use Zotero, Mendeley, or for simpler projects: the Run your paper through . A great grammar editing program that you can use for free or pay a discounted price as a student. Need more help? Check in with Wess Daniels Check in with Gwen Gosney Erickson Guilford College Archivist at
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