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ENGL 300Q: Women, Reason, and Education in the Enlightenment   Tags: english, literature  

A course guide for English 300Q.
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Find a Book: How to do basic and advanced searches in the online library catalog.

Find a Journal Article: Guides to key databases for literary research: ABELL, Literature Criticism Online, Literature Resource Center, MLA International Bibliography.

Primary Sources: Information on sources for finding primary material in eighteenth-century writing.

Introduction to Research Skills: A guide with helpful hints on search techniques, evaluating sources, and managing citations for your research.

 

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Introduction

This guide is intended to introduce students in English 300Q: Women, Reason and Education in the Enlightenment. to the Literatures and Languages Library, literary research methods and how to use the Library's research resources.

This guide will explain how to find books and journal articles for your research, how to use major research databases such as MLA International Bibliography and ABELL, and provide an overview of the major research resources for eighteenth-century British literature. The guide also features additional other useful tips for general information searches and techniques for managing your research.

If you need additional help or have any questions, contact English and Digital Humanities Librarian Harriett Green.

 

Please, Ask a Librarian!

Don't hesitate to ask if you need help!  Whether you're trying to narrow down your topic, you're having trouble searching through an electronic database, or you're looking for one specific thing, just contact Harriett Green. 

She can be reached by email at green19 [at] illinois.edu, by phone 217-333-4942, or visit her office in 200 South Main Library.  For more information about library resources and help, visit the Literatures and Languages Library's website.

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