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Hello, and welcome!  This guide has been created specifically to help you complete assignments for your ENGL 1102 course with Kelley Frank. For Essay #2, you have to use at least one source from a peer-reviewed (AKA: Scholarly, academic, refereed--different terms for the same thing!) journal or one academic essay from a book to help you analyze Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House. The resources in this guide will help you:

  • better understand what a scholarly/academic article is
  • come up with search terms that will help you find the information you need
  • learn how to search the library catalog for books
  • learn how to search library databases (Academic Search Complete, to be specific) to find articles

If you get stuck, do not hesitate to get in touch with a librarian for help on finding and thinking critically about how to use a resource. My contact information is to the right--feel free to email me with quicker questions, or to set up an appointment if you need some more in-depth help.

You can also take advantage of our librarian office hours--Monday-Thursday between 11-5, you can meet one-on-one with a librarian without an appointment! Just ask someone at the check-out desk or a student reference assistant and they'll send a librarian your way!


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