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I need research help for REL110RS.

My topic is to analyze Luke 9: 18-36. It has four sections commonly referred to as: Peter's Confession about Jesus; First Prediction of the Passion; Conditions of Discipleship; and Transfiguration of Jesus. Plus, I must use some of the print materials from my class bibliography, so how does that work?
Last Updated: Jul 24, 2014  |  41 Views

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Here is a recap of the materials we looked at together online: Oxford Biblical Studies (in the eBooks section under Oxford Digital Reference Collection) and EBSCOhost's All Reference Databases (using Academic Search Complete, both of the ATLA modules, and New Testament Abstracts).

From there, we looked at using the online catalog and the AtoZ eJournal List to back-track from citations without full-text to wherever on our site we have electronic access to the source journal. If we don't have it somewhere else on the site, we practiced using the Article Request Form (home page > Services tab > Forms > Article Request Form) to ask the library to locate and send a copy.

We did the same thing for the print books that you're required to use, except we used the Book/Book Chapter Request Form for them and simply copied the information we found in the catalog into the form. If you only need specific pages from a print book or a complete chapter, just add that information to the form and we'll take it from there. Please be as complete and specific as possible so that we can send you what you really need from the library.

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