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Check the Cumulative Index of Volume 31 for Author/Title references from Gale’s Drama for Students. This source is great for summary, context, themes and criticism. If your playwright or play is profiled, there are also individually named authors who have written criticism and these can be cited as a source.
http://tinygaleurl.com?2ygl4qv – Volume 31, Click Cumulative Author/Title index and then do a search for your playwright in the Search Publication box.
Gale products have a nice Google Docs and EasyBib integration. You can save the documents by clicking Download, and the Citation by clicking Cite with Easybib.
Looking for a primary source for a play? Try these resources, with thanks to Mrs. Carroll for rounding them up.
http://classics.mit.edu/Search/index.html – Greek and Roman only
http://www.readprint.com/books-6/Plays -Searchable source for play books, search for a title, select it and then Read Online, or with a link to purchase on Amazon, often free from Kindle
http://www.the-noh.com/en/plays/index.html – For Japanese Noh plays synopsis and highlights
Check out this online guide to improving your writing, using citations properly and making an impression on your teacher. College writing guide from Affordable Online Colleges
Doing research on a controversial topic? Use EBSCO Explora to find credible articles. Saving to Google Drive makes it easy to get back to your full-text results. Refer to your password information sheet if you’re accessing from home.
Credibility is assured if you find information from Medline.gov , produced by the National Library of Medicine, a division of the National Institue of Health.
Another website to check for the latest studies in nutrition. https://www.sciencedaily.com/news/health_medicine/
Once you’ve found an entry, click Download and save to Google Drive. The document will be in Drive under a Folder named Gale Virtual Reference Library. You can also export/save your citation directly into EasyBib.
If you need biographical information on an author, don’t miss Gale Litfinder. The database isn’t searched by the Gale PowerSearch. I found Shel Silverstein, who can you find?
Have two projects on EasyBib which need to be merged? Check out these instructions.
Open EasyBib. On the shorter project, put a check mark in next to the citation. Select “With Checked” Copy Into Another Project. Hit Duplicate.
Stop by the library to ask for help if needed!