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RLG206 Introduction to Buddhism

A guide to support students completing a bibliography and research paper for the course.

Introduction

This guide is designed to introduce resources to help you complete your annotated bibliography and research paper.

Need help? The Help box to the below shows you several ways the UTM Library is available to provide assistance and support.

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Best Wishes

Elaine Goettler

Historical Studies Librarian

elaine.goettler@utoronto.ca

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