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ENG 6009: Principles & Problems of Literary Study: Home

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Library Hours (Boca Campus)

Fall Semester 2011 begins on Saturday, August 20. 

Fall Semester Library Hours:

Mon. - Thur. 8am - Midnight
Fri. 8am - 6pm
Sat. Noon - 6pm
Sun. Noon - Midnight

 

 

 

 

See the library schedule for hours during exams, breaks, and holidays.

ENG 6009: Principles & Problems of Literary Study

This research guide was created for Dr. Tom Martin's ENG 6009 class and may be used for finding books, journal articles and other resources for literary study. You can begin your search by using this guide or by using the FAU Libraries home page, which is located at http://www.fau.edu/library.

Objectives

Following this session you should know how to:

  • Use the FAU Library Catalog to locate books and other materials owned by the Library
  • Log into EZproxy (when, how and why)
  • Understand the difference between electronic journals and databases 
  • Become aware of and use the most important databases for locating literary criticism. 
  • Use the "Find it @ FAU" button to connect to full-text articles in different databases 
  • Determine if a periodical is peer-reviewed 
  • Locate other authors that have cited an article of interest using Web of Science
  • Cite your sources
  • Get additional help 

Lauri Rebar, Associate University Librarian