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WRR312: Writing Literary Journalism

Types of Resources

The subpages in this section (look at the menu on the left will connect you with search tips and direct links to resources for:

  • Articles in newspapers, magazines, and scholarly journals through databases or links to specific titles. 
  • Books or Book Chapters available in print or digital formats
  • Legal and Government documents available in print or digital format in subject specific databases
  • Images 
  • Digital Special Collections 

What is a Database?

The library purchases access to various multidisciplinary collections, called library databases, that are not available for free on the internet. However, you can access them from the library website! Library databases are organized to help you efficiently search for information sources such as scholarly journal articles, newspaper articles, magazines, reports, data, music, films, plays, and more.

What is a Scholarly Book?

Scholarly books are written by scholars, like your professors, who are discipline experts. Scholars write scholarly books to share in-depth information about a specific topic or event within their specific field of expertise to add further discussion and critique.