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Research Starter - THEA 332: Research

Did someone write a book about your subject?

Click on the links below to view resources written about your subject.  Note that some resources are available electronically while others are part of the physical library collection.

Useful Databases

Try these specific databases to find useful resources.

Online Catalog

Search the library's online catalog to find print books and eBooks about your topic.

Formulate a Search Strategy

Be strategic in your searches!  Brainstorm people, ideas, and works that are related to, influenced by, or created by your subject.  The more different terms you use in your searches, the more varying results you will discover.  Below are just a few ideas to help you get started.  Learn all you can about your subject so you can search effectively.

Did your subject write a book or an article?

Click on the links below to view resources written by your subject.  Note that some resources are available electronically while others are part of the physical library collection.