Catalog -what we own; open to anyone on the 'net. Keyword
search author's last name and criticism; note call # area and go
browse the shelves. Most literature (and its criticism, which is
often shelved adjacent to the work) is on the 4th Floor South, but
you need a call # to find it. Try the audiovisual
-11,000 electronic books [subscription]
Books- Reference Area, 2nd floor North: encyclopedias,
--subscription-based and free reference sources
WorldCat.org --huge database of books from most U.S. and many world
Abstracts/Digital Dissertations -- abstracts and often
a few full-text pages of dissertations and theses written in every
academic field. Search with very broad subject headings. Theses and
dissertations written at USA can be read full-text online.
Loan -- order books or articles from other libraries; free
if available in Alabama; but you must allow 7 days minimum.
Center [Under Gale/InfoTrac]
selected full-text, from both books and articles; click on the "criticism"
tab. Always use database's own print button.
All full-text articles from 60 online journals; all
articles are PDF format and at least 3-5 years old, but many much
older articles. Use "economy" mode to print which you
sent in "preferences." Always use database's own "print"
Ebsco] some full-text. Always use database's own "print"
Ebsco] The most important database for literary criticism (includes
articles, books and chapters of books) , but it is not the easiest
to use. It has some "linked" full-text, but does not include
fulltext items in the database itself. Always use database's own
- Directory of Open Access Journals. Free academic journals on
the public Internet.