What are Library Research Guides for English Classes?
They are guides set up for English courses at the behest of the Instructor to aid the student to locate resources which will be particularly useful for specific course assignments. The course instructor lets the subject librarian know what the class assignments will be, and the librarian then puts together a library research guide of databases (and their links) and library materials (and their call numbers), along with any advice that the student might find useful in working on their assignment.
Library Research Guide for classes are listed by course number, title, and Instructor's name to make them easy to locate.
Important Tip: Use quote marks around the title you are looking for best results when doing your search. Example: "to the lighthouse" Especially important when using newspaper resources!