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Theatre 271: Theatre History I: Exercises

Start Your Research

  1. Go to Research@UWW > Choose Books, Media & More (UW Whitewater) scope
    • Sign In
    • Search for books on your topic
      • if you have too many results, use the limits on the left to narrow the results by subject
    • Experiment with different search terms if you do not get the results you expect
    • If you find a book you like, email the record to yourself or choose the pushpin icon to save it to your account
  2. Go to Research@UWW > Choose Books, Media & More (UW System) scope
    • Search for books on your topic
      • if you have too many results, use the limits on the left to narrow the results by subject
    • If you find a book you want to borrow, choose UW Request to order the book from another library
    • Email the record to yourself or choose the pushpin icon to save it to your account
  3. Go to Research@UWW > Choose Articles scope 
    • Search for articles on your topic
    • Email Research@UWW records of relevant articles
    • Select the full text links in the articles and get the full text articles 
  4. Go to Performing Arts Periodicals
    • Search for articles on your topic
      • Experiment with different search terms, looking for additional keywords and subjects in the articles you find
      • if you have too many results, use the limits on the left to narrow the results by subject
    • Email relevant articles to yourself
  5. Go to ArtStor if you need images for your presentation or project
    • Register for an account so you can download images
    • Search for images
      • Experiment with different search terms
    • Download any relevant images
    • Make sure you cite any images you use
    • Check for public domain status of images before using them in a public setting (a web site, for instance)