As you explore the various entries in subject encyclopedias, start making a list of specialized terms and concepts that relate to the broad topic of "Buddhism and the mind." You will need these terms when you search the databases for scholarly articles. Also pay close attention to the very helpful bibliographies at the end of each entry.
ATLA Religion is the primary database for researching topics in religion.
Please add your chosen scholarly article on "the mind and Buddhism" to the REL 332 RefWorks group account. (Login information is shared in class; email Peggy Burge to obtain it if you misplace the information.) By the end of the semester, the class will have assembled a working bibliography of scholarly sources that could be used, in part, to support your research paper!
Login with group account name and password (supplied in class), not your own RefWorks account.
For more help with using RefWorks, consult the Citation Tools guide (note the drop-down menu for RefWorks help).
Start your research by consulting these collections of subject encyclopedias. If you have any difficulties at all, please email Peggy Burge for assistance and recommendations.