No plagiarism. Create a resource list that includes a list of 10 reliable and scholarly resources pertaining to myths and mythology (the study of myths). Five of these resources should be books, and five should be websites. Each resource should have a three-sentence annotation that describes and/or summarizes the resource. Your resource should have working links and be easy for a library volunteer to copy onto a library website. (NOTE: You do not have to post the document to a website.) These resources can include materials you have used for your mini-lectures. Post your Webpage Resource document in PDF format, and include:
- Your original title for the lecture series
- Five books with a one to three sentence description or summary of each. Each book should have a link to either a library’s online catalog, a link to purchase the book, or a link to a free to read online copy of that book.
- Five websites with a one to three sentence description or summary of each, with working links to the websites.