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Art History after 1450, Museum Visit and Articles

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Characteristics of peer reviewed/scholarly journals

  • Articles report research done in the specific discipline
  • Author is an expert or specialist in the discipline. Credentials are always provided.
  • Articles are directed to scholars in the same discipline
  • Reviewed by scholars specializing in this discipline
  • Articles have extensive bibliographies
  • Articles have to follow specific publication structure (abstract, keywords, research background and literature review, methodology, research results, conclusion, references)

Databases for Books, Educational Films and Articles

Use these databases to find images, eBooks, films and peer reviewed articles on art subjects.

Tips for Finding Quality Websites

*  Search the website of the museum you visited; possibly there's additional information about the work of art that you chose.

*  Limit yourself to College and University websites using Google Advanced Search (limit your search to .edu sites).

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Plagiarism is a practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own.

The Oxford Dictionary of English (revised edition). Ed. Catherine Soanes and Angus Stevenson. Oxford University Press, 2005. Oxford Reference Online. Oxford University Press. Bucks County Community College. 10 February 2010

Why talking about plagiarism is so important? You will find more information on the BCCC Tutoring Center website: