Literature on Literature
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- 1.Finding sources for literary research Presented by Gricel Dominguez, Oct. 27, 2011
- Search the STU library catalog:
- You can search the librarys online catalog to find books, e-books, films, journals, periodicals, and more.
- Check out the librarys online resources at:
- The librarys E-Research page is your one-stop spot for quick access to online databases and full-text resources.
- Find literary criticism and other scholarly articles on literature
- Literature Resource Center
- Your best sources for full-text information on literature.
- General Reference Center (Gale)
- find book reviews and short, journalistic articles on literature
- Book Review Digest (Wilson)
- find book reviews
- Academic Search Premier
- General database, also provides access to literary sources
- You can access and use the librarys online databases anywhere on or off campus.
- If you are off-campus, you will be prompted to log in to the database with your STU username and password (the same one you use to log on to My Bobcat).
- Request books and articlesnot available at STU.
- May take several days to weeks for you to receive the item.
- Use this serviceonlyif you have plenty of time before your assignment is due!
- You can place a request at the Circulation Desk or online (see the Forms link on the library homepage).