Use this course guide to discover newspaper and magazine articles, peer-reviewed literature, images and sound files.
Regina Raboin, Science Research and Instruction Librarian, has given detailed information on the Research Guide that explains in more detail the types of scientific literature and how to evaluate and find appropriate sources. It is expected that the groups will research and use both primary and secondary source literature in support for your digital storytelling project.
Primary sources materials include: peer reviewed articles, conference proceedings, reports.
Secondary source materials include: review articles, newspaper articles, books/book chapters, textbooks.
For information regarding scientific literature and the use of non-scientific sources, please consult Getting Started and Finding Journal Literature on the Research Guide.
- How to properly cite information sources (PDF download)
FINDING IMAGES: See the Research Guide: Finding Images and Sound for these resources.
- Citing images, media, books, articles, music (PDF download)
FINDING SOUNDS: See the Research Guide: Finding Images and Sound for these resources.
- Recording Voiceovers (Knight Media Center, Berkeley)
To meet with Regina for assistance in finding the above sources, contact her via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 617-627-4221.