As always, start your research in the library! The menu bar above contains many helpful links to academic sources. Here’s the library prezi on the research process:
Ms Froude’s Genocide class is learning about making comics in order to complete their unit assignment; this website has really clear examples and explanations of comic book techniques: http://www.creativecomicart.com/index.html
And we will be working on bitstrips: www.bitstripsforschools.com. Here’s a video explaining how to use Bitstrips:
For research on Literary Criticism, check out Bloom’s Literary Reference (under Library Resources> MPC databases) and the Literary Reference Center (under Library Resources > Catalogue, Encyclopedias and Databases >Databases). Also search the Gale Virtual Reference Library, where a number of online books can help you in your search for good quality information (under Library Resources > Catalogue, Encyclopedias and Databases >ebooks).
The following websites are also useful:
Dr. Kristi Siegel’s basic overview of many literary theories. Also links to other professors’ sites.
This page features a collection of links curated by Jack Lynch, a professor in the English department, of the Newark campus of Rutgers University, specializing in the English literature of the eighteenth century and the history of the English language. It is no longer maintained, but some of the links are excellent.
This is the site from Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab (OWL) – fairly in-depth articles. Bonus – just a page away from all the writing and citation help you’ll ever need! (Has ecocriticism)
Concise articles by Washington State U Professor of English Michael Delahoyde giving overviews of the different schools of criticism.
This is a peer-reviewed site with academic articles; I’ve linked you here to Prof. Vince Brewton’s article on Literary Theory.
NEW: Take a look at how I cited sources in a presentation. (Note- this is in Prezi. Don’t do your presentation in Prezi.)