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ENGL 2650: Technology, Media, and Literature

Library resources and information for students in ENGL 2650: Technology, Media, and Literature, Spring 2021. Professor: Dr. Anne Stiles

What's Peer Review?

Tutorial created by Anne Burke, Andreas Opphanides, Hyun-Duck Chung, Daria Dorafshar, Kyle Langdon, and Kim Duckett, NCSU Libraries.

Finding Journal Articles

SLUth Search Plus searches about 100 library databases, including MLA International Bibliography, JSTOR, Project Muse, and the SLU Libraries Catalog. You can use it to find articles published in peer-reviewed journals as well as those published in magazines and newspapers as well as scholarly and popular books.

Finding Books and eBooks

Search for books and eBooks using the Saint Louis University Libraries' Catalog.

To find the books about the life and work of an author, use a SUBJECT search in the SLU Libraries Catalog. You'll find a listing of all the library's  books on that author, broken down by subject area.

To find the works of an author, search for them as an AUTHOR in the SLU Libraries Catalog.

How Can I Tell if a Book is Scholarly?

Q&As for ENGL 2650

Citing Sources