This guide will help you find various types of resources for your proposal and final paper.
An archive is an accumulation of historical records and might include:
There are amazing resources available to you across the UofT Libraries system in print and online. It can be a lot of information to navigate, but there is always help for you to draw upon:
Contact Kate if you have questions.
What terminology would be current for your time period and how would it be different? Think about abbreviations, slang, and dated or time specific language, e.g., talkies, pressbooks, industry terminology vs. newspapers for general public, etc.
Make a record of your search strategies - both the good and the bad! In a spreadsheet or document, track:
You won't remember them later and you are going to discover new terms and topics that will shape new searches so it's useful to have a record of what worked and what didn't.
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