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MLA Citation of Websites
To learn how to cite websites both parenthetically in your paper and on your Works Cited page, read the PDF file here. You may also refer to the LIM Guide to Written Theological Reflection found on the LIM documents page and the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers.
Get Help with Websites
Evaluating Websites Handout
Guidelines for evaluating the appropriateness of the resources you find on the Internet are included in this handout.
More Handouts and Tutorials
A wide variety of handouts and video tutorials about general research, subject specific research, and technology help are available you in the Get Help section of the library's website; click this link to browse them.
Email the Monroe Library
You may email the Outreach Librarians; when emailing, be sure to indicate that you are a LIM onsite (extension) or online student.
Recommended Websites about the Process of Exegesis
Recommended Websites for Biblical Research
Catholic Resources for Bible, Liturgy, Art, and Theology
Especially helpful is the part of the web site called E.N.T.E.R. (Electronic New Testament Educational Resources), containing information, study tools, and links to further information about the Bible (Old Testament and New Testament), including Church documents on the Bible.
The Old Testament and the Ancient Near East
The web site offers searches and links to religious and academic institutions, web sites about the ancient Near East, and Roman Catholic Resources related to Old Testament study.
Managed by the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL), the oldest and largest academic society devoted to the critical investigation of the Bible, Bible Odyssey is a media-rich website that includes articles, videos, timelines, maps, Bible translations, and even games. With contributions from SBL members worldwide, Bible Odyssey reflects a range of academic research and interests from around the globe presented in an accessible format.
Noah's Flood hosts essays, media, and conversation on the Genesis story, flood stories in ancient religious literature, and how Noah's flood continues to intersect with culture and climate change today. The site also contains links to full texts of ancient Mesopotamian flood stories and to primary texts that retell and interpret the story of Noah's flood.