The Food Resource is an electronic library. It contains an extensive glossary that can be searched locally from the home page. Put the term in the “search locally” blank and do a return. It also contains links and information on each of the topics from the food and culture main page. The links TO OTHER SITES are not considered refereed; however, the “references/articles” listed from the site if found in the library or through library e-journals are generally considered refereed. Your name and student identification number will give you access “from your computer”. The alphabetical listing of REFERENCES related to food and culture must be searched to find appropriate references. One easy way is to pull up the page and than go to EDIT and FIND on that menu and type in your word and search. The references are a listing of articles that Mrs. Kelsey and Dr. Holmes have found interesting over the years. Those from each countries main page are more specific. Remember, all the references may not be useful for your discussion article AS each of you eat different items, take different approaches, and adapt to your interests within assignment criteria.
References Currently Located If Appropriate For The Current Topic:
The articles in the following are REFEREED articles. Cite them by using the citation/reference of the article and not the URL. Some of the citations are linked and some must be obtained from the library.