Book Title: Strategies for Conducting Literary Research
Book Description: This webcourse walks students through the process of conducting literary research while helping to refine their library skills.
This course, built in PressBooks with financial support from the UCF Digital Learning Course Redesign Initiative, contains 14 chapters, each of which contains two to six pages about the process of literary research. Pages contain learning objectives, infographics, videos, examples, key takeaways, and exercises. The course contains 14 discussion areas and two quizzes. It also contains a “foundational materials” assignment that sets up student success with whatever research project their instructor assigns. It is highly flexible and instructors may use all or any part of the course within their own webcourse.
Strategies for Conducting Literary Research by Barry Mauer & John Venecek is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.
Literary studies: general