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Research Guides

VIC327/INF330: Digital Material Culture/Born-Digital Culture

General sources on digital material culture

Tips:

  • Reading the introduction or skimming a chapter of one of the books (listed below or other similar (e)Books) may inspire or help you frame your topic for your essay
  • (e)Books on broad themes of the course can suggest additional terminology you can use to find other supporting research (scholarly articles, etc.)
  • It's recommended to read the introduction but you can read and cite from one chapter or multiple chapters/sections (not necessary to read the entire book). 
  • Scholarly books often have stand-alone chapters on specific topics, or may be a collection/anthology of articles/chapters by multiple different authors.

Limited sampling of eBooks/books that may be of interest (broad themes of this course):

Below, are printed books from the collection:

If you are in or near Toronto, you can request certain books via curbside pickup (if the item is showing as "available" and provided it's *not* included in the HathiTrust Online Temporary Access).

To request to pick up a book, click on the "Get help" button when viewing the record for the book, and follow the prompts.