$20.00 World Civ
You will create a historical bibliography of at least 15 authoritative sources on a selected topic covered in the course.
The purpose of this assignment is to provide students with experience finding authoritative, peer-reviewed (scholarly) sources in the discipline of history, using the Library resources of Liberty University. This supports the course outcome for college-level research, as well as information literacy within this discipline.
This assignment is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Friday of Module/Week 8.
- Choose 1 of the following topics that most appeals to you. You will be creating a short bibliography of resources on this topic.
Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Israel, Ancient Greece, Athenian Democracy, Alexander the Great, Roman Republic, Roman Empire, Christianity in the Roman Empire, The Decline/Fall of the Roman Empire, The Dark Ages, The Middle Ages, The Crusades, The Black Plague, The Renaissance, The Reformation, Early European Explorers to the New World
- Using the physical or online library at Liberty University, compile a list of at least 15 authoritative sources on the topic chosen (maximum 20 sources). At least 10 of these sources should be from peer-reviewed journals. You may also include some magazines, e-books, or other audio-visual sources as part of this list, as long as you have a minimum of 10 sources from peer-reviewed journals.
- Put the sources in alphabetical order and in Turabian, APA, or MLA format. Attach your finished document in Microsoft Word in the space provided in Blackboard.
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