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Honors ACS Shakespeare Assignment

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Welcome to your course guide.

Here you will find tools and resources to help you engage in research for your course, but don't forget the library has many many resources that are all available to your as Villanova students. Although the resources on this page are specific to your current class your understanding of how to use these resources can be applied to other library resources for other classes in the future.  

Other Helpful Library Pages 

For a comprehensive list of the databases available to you through the library see Databases A-Z
 
For resources by subject area see Falvey's Subject Guides page.
 

Search Smarter!

The Web vs. Library Databases – A comparison 
A guide to understanding and evaluating the difference between scholarly and non-scholarly resources

Is it Scholarly? Tips for critically evaluating your information resources.
 

Avoid Problem Areas

Harvard Guide to Using Sources: What Constitutes Plagiarism?

 Critical Articles

  MLA International Bibliography (ProQuest)
Consists of bibliographic records pertaining to literature, language, linguistics, and folklore. Includes citations to articles from over 4,400 journals and series published internationally, as well as monographs, collections, and various types of reference works. Subscription to the MLA International Bibliography also includes access to the MLA Directory of Periodicals.

  JSTOR
A searchable and browsable archive of full-text core journals and books in the humanities, social sciences and mathematics.

 Resources for Textual Analysis

 Streaming Video

Digital Theatre Plus

Watch high quality films of leading theatre productions
Discover how plays are brought to the stage in interviews with the creative teams
Learn about interpretive choice through detailed analysis of play texts
Teach key plays with stimulating and relevant support



  Resource Tutorials

  Shakespeare's First Folio (1623)

  Organizing & Citing Your Sources

 


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