This LibGuide helps students and lecturers of the course Introduction to Literary Studies in searching for information which you may need to give presentations or write papers in the field of literary theory.
Your search strategy defines what you search, where you search and how you perform your search. In the course of your search process you take many decisions that affect the quality of search results and the time needed to get those results.
The main decisions in your search strategy relate to:
The special LibGuide search strategy (as yet in Dutch only) has more on building succesful search strategies.
The most important sources for literary studies are:
You can start your research anywhere and anytime. Both the resources for searching literature and the literature itself are often available online. Yet the library as a physical space remains important.