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ENGL 203: History of Women's Literature: Home

Information in this subject guide is designed to assist students in Professor Tammy Migan's ENGL 203 course.

Library's homepage

Start your research at the Zahnow Library's homepage:

The large search box on the homepage is called, "WE SEARCH".  You can search for books, CDs, DVDs, streaming videos, and articles using this search engine.  Go to the tab (on this subject guide), BOOKS or to the tab (on this subject guide), ARTICLES, to learn how to search the "WE SEARCH" database.

On the library's homepage, look at the links on the left side:  Classic Catalog, MelCat, Interlibrary Loan/Tipasa), and Databases.  Further down on the left side, you will find a link to the CENTERS.  This link includes the Writing Center, which has APA citation style guide tutorials and handouts.

There are also some tutorials that may assist you explore databases needed for your research.

At the top of the library's homepage, you will find a link to the library hours and to the Chat service, which is instant messaging with a Research Librarian.  You can contact me (Kathleen Kroll) directly when I'm on Chat, by clicking the link to Chat underneath my photo on the right side of this subject guide.  When I'm not available by Chat, you can email me:

From May 4-Aug 2 contact Catherine Curtis

Research & Instruction Librarian

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