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Guide for students in E314 classes


How to Use This Guide

Welcome to your course library research guide! Your librarian is Gina Bastone. Please contact her if you have questions -- her contact info is to the right. This guide has four sections to help you with your research for E314:

  1. Preparing to Search: Learn how to come up with search terms that will bring you relevant search results.
  2. Background Information: Want something like Wikipedia, but from vetted scholarly sources? This page has links to reputable background information, including a link to the Oxford English Dictionary.
  3. Find Articles, Books, Chapters, Reviews & More: Find step-by-step instructions on how to run a search to find just the right sources for your assignments!
  4. Write & Cite: Get help with integrating your sources into your writing and creating proper citations and bibliographies.
  5. Black Voices & Anti-Racism Resources: A collection of anti-racism resources, works by Black authors, list of organizations and resources, created to provide a starting point for the UT community to educate ourselves, reflect on our societal privileges, listen to Black voices and take action against structural racism. 

Check out the English Literature Subject Guide to learn more about library research.

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