Additional Tip: You can easily alphabetize your works cited by highlighting all your citations, then clicking on the A-> Z icon on the home tab. You will need to manually move citations that start with A, An, and The to their correct locations in the list, as these words are ignored at the start of a citation.
Includes these videos:
Research Databases introduction
Primary and Secondary Sources in Literature
Discover Search for Literature
For Students series articles in GVRL
Literary Reference Center
How to create a Research Plan
A great place to start your research, articles in Gale's For Students series give you author information, a summary and explanation of the literary work, suggested themes, historical context and criticism. (Updated for GSU Library)
Find e-books and streaming videos as well as books and other materials physically in GPC Libraries by using the GIL Find catalog. This video also demonstrates how to use the drop down boxes for author, title, and subject to work for you in your literature research.