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  • X students?
  • Sample search: get a suggestion If shy, hymn to demeter Catalog Articles Academic commons Website Other offerings on the left Ask where each can be found
  • Leave to the professor
  • Everyone do their own search books, e-books, serials, media materials, microforms, etc. Literary : add the word < criticism > to your author/title, e.g., < homeric demeter criticism > Historical : indicate dates or era and add a secondary interest to narrow the field < ancient greek goddesses > Theoretical : < psychology AND (greek OR greece) AND myths > Out of scope: HathiTrust, Educat, Pegasus, WorldCat
  • Pair up & find a book in the Barnard stacks. Send to phone, go upstairs
  • Homeric hymn to demeter
  • 800-600 BCE Goddess* subjects
  • "homeric hymn to demeter" psycho* Limit: journal article & book chapter Subject terms!
  • Use list from FYE page
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    1. Library Research for First Year English: Women and Culture Fall 2013 Professor Elizabeth Auran Librarian Jenna Freedman
    2. library.barnard.edu portal to all knowledge resources for First Year English library.barnard.edu/find-books/guides/ENGL/ENGLX1201-women-in
    3. library.barnard.edu/contact library.barnard.edu/personal-librarians • IM BarnardReference: AOL, Google, Yahoo • Text 386.227.6273 (386.BARNARD) we can help you
    4. resources CLIO QuickSearch the text | books & other media articles & book chapters | reference materials PS: Zotero
    5. the text criticism | characters | historical context theorists | symbolism | close reading
    6. books & other media CLIO | BorrowDirect other resource out of scope for FYE
    7. hit the stacks A-M: 2nd floor P-Z: 3rd floor
    8. articles via databases MLA | Historical Abstracts | Find Articles
    9. MLA •Literary criticism •eLink •Clues: • Articles & chapters vs. proceedings & dissertations • Your age or younger • Citations & cited by
    10. Historical Abstracts •Historical period •Truncation * •Limits: date, subject, book reviews
    11. Find Articles •Theory •Facets •limits
    12. reference materials background | themes | facts
    13. feedback form

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