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WR121: Research Writing

What do graphic novels look like?

Search the FLO Library Catalog to find books and audio visual materials. Hint: Try searching by Subject for "graphic novels."

Where can I get background information?

Background information can help you contextualize your topic, adopt appropriate vocabulary and terminology, and support, refute, or define your assumptions.

How do I write a visual story?

What articles have been written about my topic?

To find magazine, newspaper, and scholarly articles on your topic, consult the following databases. Remember to:

  • Connect words with"and," "or," and "not"
  • Use "quotation marks" to orcing phrases
  • Use the * to truncate keywords (ex. librar* = libraries, librarians)