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Senior Thesis Handbook

It is a step-by-step process

Below are resources to help you with each step in the process. 

  • Purdue Owl: Writing an Abstract
    One of the leading bibliographic websites in the country, Owl at Purdue, will help get you started writing your abstract but be sure to follow directions in the Covenant School Senior Thesis Handbook

How to write an annotated bibliography

There are two documents below. The first contains instructions on how to write an annotated bibliography and the second is an example of an annotated bibliography. Please contact the librarian if you have questions or need help. 


Accessing Noodle Tools through Google Drive


Create a Citation Using Noodle Tools Video

Using Note Cards in Noodle Tools


Sharing a project with your advisor in Noodle Tools

Resources for topic choice

Checking out a book from UVA

  • Open the Virgo link below to begin search.
  • Type in keywords, title, author or subject into the search box
  • Filter results by library(make sure it is Alderman or Clemons), subject,  or publication date 
  • Make sure it is a print resource
  • Make note of LC Call numbers of relevant books

   (Tell students to take time to browse subject area where books are located

   because often research treasures are serendipitous).

Students are responsible to steward books they check out

and return them to UVA in a timely manner. 


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