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SN 429 : Spanish American Literature Since 1900
Locating Books, DVDs, and Government Documents
Cannot be used to find articles in magazines or journals, only which magazines and journals the library owns. Use OneSearch or one of the databases listed below for locating articles.
MelCat, the Michigan Electronic Library Catalog, allows you to search public and academic libraries throughout the State of Michigan and request books and media. Items usually arrive in about a week. This resource is provided by the Michigan eLibrary (http://mel.org). You will be notified by email when your items arrive.
InterLibrary Loan also allows you to obtain materials not owned by the Olson LIbrary. Books, periodical articles,and other sources can be borrowed from other libraries. The average time to receive requested materials is 1-2 weeks and you will be notified by email when your items arrive.
Journal, Magazine, and Newspaper Articles - General/All Subjects
Access World News
Humanities (Film, Literature, History, Art, Music, etc.)
Artemis Literary Sources (form. Literature Resource Center) – Provides access to recognized author collections from Gale Publishers: Contemporary Authors, Contemporary Literary Criticism, Twentieth Century Literary Criticism, and Dictionary of Literary Biography--along with hundreds of journals, a variety of other important reference works, and selected Web sites. Also included is a literary-historical timeline with over 6,700 events to help place literature in its historical and social context, and Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literature, featuring more than 10,000 descriptive entries on literary figures, works, and terms. 1991 to present.
MLA International Bibliography – Journals, books, and other resources in the fields of literature, language, linguistics, and folklore. Also includes materials on film studies. 1926 to present.
Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC)
Evaluating Information Found on the Web
Excellent information can be found on the open web; unfortunately, it's all too easy to find erroneous or biased information as well. Use our Evaluating Internet Sources: A Library Resource Guide to help you tell the difference.
MLA Style Guide
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