Below are tips for each casebook requirement.
**Most importantly, groups are encouraged to make an appointment for a consultation with a librarian. To do so, stop by the Reference Desk (no appointment necessary).
1. Most of the literary criticism you need should be found in Literature Resource Center. Tips:
Also try the following strategies & tools:
2. See tips for #1.
3. Search in the library catalog using a Subject Keyword search for your author's last name and the word criticism. (For example, Kerouac criticism).
4. Note which critics are cited elsewhere. Tracking who cites whom can be one way of placing various critics in context.
OneDrive: online versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, etc. allowing sharing & collaborative work. Available through your UD email. Once logged into your UD email account, choose the gird boxes in the upper left and select the applicable program. Log into Office365 and start your document. To share with collaborators, select Share and invite them using their UD email addresses, setting permissions as appropriate.
Google Drive (formerly Google Docs): free online software that allows you to share documents and collaboratively work on them. Includes comments feature and most word processing features. Sharing works similarly to OneDrive.
The library has created cheat sheets with basic citation examples and paper formatting tips for APA and MLA.