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THTR 120: Introduction to Theatre: Home

This guide is for THTR 120: Introduction to Theatre.  It provides an overview of the research process, how to find information in the library, APA citation, and suggested theatre resources, including for the theatre genre paper and world theatre and dance

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Welcome. This guide is for THTR 120: Introduction to Theatre.  It provides an overview of the research process, how to find information in the library, APA citation, and suggested theatre resources, including for the theatre genre paper and world theatre and dance presentation assignments. 


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The Research Process will walk you through the 6 stages of writing an effective research paper (or other researched writing or presentation) 

 

Magnifying Glass by Beau Wingfield from the Noun ProjectFinding Information in the Library will walk you through finding Articles & Databases, Books, E-books, Videos, and Websites.

 

Theatre Resources will suggest helpful databases, e-books, journals, websites, and more for Theatre topics. 

Genre Paper Resources will suggest helpful databases, e-books, journals, websites, and more for your Genre Paper

World Theatre and Dance Presentation Resources will suggest helpful databases, e-books, journals, websites, and more for your world theatre presentation 

message quote by Thomas Helbig from the Noun ProjectMLA will help you use MLA formatting.

 

Watch Theatre Online will help you find live performances to watch for class.

Question by Henry Ryder from the Noun ProjectGet Help Email, phone, or visit me- I'll be happy to help!

 


Your input is important.  If you think there should be additions or changes to the guide- let me know. 

Robyn Hartman Information and Digital Literacy Librarian