Read '1. Explore your topic' to find out how you can use Wikipedia and the Utrecht University entrance to WorldCat.
Read ‘1.Explore your topic’ to find out how you can use the Utrecht University entrance to WorldCat to find out what has been published about a certain topic.
First listen to the classical instruction how and why to ‘truncate’ and to use search terms in a clever way
Take a look at the hits for ‘intermedial*’
Choose a question within the larger theme of ‘intermediality’. Either pick one of the questions from the list below, or develop your own relevant question (first discuss the viability of this question with your teacher)
List of questions
Use the filter 'year' in the left side menu of WorldCat to select only publications from 2007 and up. From this list only select those publications that you think are relevant for your group’s question. Import the selection in Zotero
NB. It might well be that no hit is relevant for your question, because the term 'intermediality' is not used in that specific context. No need to worry!
Create a group in Zotero. Check on ‘0.Reference management (using Zotero)’ how to do this.
NOTE Please give your group a name starting with '2019/20'. Also, don’t forget to give your working group teacher access to your group. Use his/her Zotero account name to add him/her to the group.
Learning how to make a provisional mapping of academic publications on the topic of ‘intermediality’. This entails answering the following questions: