Besides using Primo, the library catalog, search your topic in smaller, more specific library databases (filter by subject). On this page are links to some recommended databases, tutorials, and an explanation of what are scholarly articles.
Some recommended databases for literary research
JSTORBack issues of core journals in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Funding source: Statewide allocation. Here is a tutorial.
Bloom's Literature (Infobase Publishing)Bloom's Literature examines great writers, important works, memorable characters, and influential movements and events in world literature. Funding source: FLVC group license
Literature (Gale)A database of literary criticism, reviews, primary sources/ literary works, and more. Funding source: Statewide allocation. Here is a tutorial.
Literary Reference Center Plus (EBSCO)A database of reference entries, journal articles, and other information on literary works and authors. Funding source: Statewide allocation. Here is a tutorial.
Video databases - find productions or discussions of literary works, author interviews, etc.
Films on Demand (Infobase Publishing)Streaming video covering a wide range of subjects across the spectrum of college and university curricula. These videos include public performance rights that allow them to be used in the educational setting.
Funding source: Statewide allocation
BBC Shakespeare Plays (Ambrose)The complete dramatic works of William Shakespeare as presented on television by the British Broadcasting Corporation. Funding source: HCC perpetual license.
Academic Video Online (Alexander Street Press)Academic videos on wide range of subjects, including anthropology, business, counseling, film, health, history, music, and more. Funding source: FLVC group license. Here is a tutorial.