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Theory and Methods of English Studies: Home

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Kelly Cannon
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Getting to the full text

Once you have found the citation of a journal article you're interested in, click on the Check for Full Text buttons found next to the citation, or run a journal title search in Trexler Library's Encompass Search.

If I want to publish my class project on the web, where can I find images, etc. that I can use without asking for permission?

Consult Trexler Library's guide to Nonexclusively Licensed and Public Domain Images.

Reference works (good for locating topics and getting recommendations of sources)

Primary and secondary works as published in books

Primary source materials from periodicals of the time

Secondary research published as journal articles--often authoritative

Web search engines, directories, and selected site--especially good for primary sources

Citing sources

For tips on citing print and electronic sources, visit Trexler Library's Citation Guides for Print and Electronic Resources.

Or visit the Online Writing Lab at Purdue.

For automated citation, try the shareware Zotero

For help with annotated bibliographies, visit Purdue's Online Writing Lab for definitions and format of an annotation.

Articles and books via interlibrary loan

Articles and books not found in Trexler Library can be ordered on interlibrary loan.