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UWRT 1103 - Wray

Readings on College Education

College Movies

Movie Reviews

Tip #1: If the title of a college movie you are searching for is a common word (i.e. Accepted), try adding the name of an actor or actress as a keyword (i.e. Jonah Hill). 

Tip #2: Use the green "Get It" button to see if we have access to an article in another database.

Tip #3: You can use interlibrary loan to get materials not owned by Atkins Library. This may include, but is not limited to, books, journal articles, documents, and audio-visual materials.

Search for Articles

Click here for more subject-specific databases.

How to Read a Scholarly Article

  1. Title and Abstract
  2. Introduction
  3. Discussion / Conclusion
  4. Methodology / Results
  5. Literature Review (In Introduction - look here for more sources)
  6. Bibliography (Look here for more sources)

Helpful Tutorials

Finding Films : How to find DVDs using the library catalog.

Using Interlibrary Loan : You can borrow books, articles, and DVDs from other libraries.

Anatomy of a Journal Article: From NC State, describes each part of a journal article.

Citation Help

Instruction and Information Literacy Librarian, Anthropology Librarian

Kim Looby's picture
Kim Looby
Contact:
klooby@uncc.edu
(she/her/hers)
Subjects:Anthropology