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ENGL 2200: Grinberg: Research

This guide provides links to useful resources for contextualizing many of the readings in Dr. Grinberg's World Literature course.

Library Databases

Criticism & Definitions

Citation Managers

Citation managers are a great way to organize your sources for different assignments. They can save article citations and abstracts and can sometimes pull information straight from a database at the click of a button!

Auburn University Libraries support three citation managers: Zotero, Mendeley, and Endnote. Each citation manager has its strengths and weaknesses, so check out the guides below to learn more about each and decide which one is right for your research!

Citation Styles

As you research, it is very important that you cite your sources! When in doubt, cite it! Below are resources for learning how to cite in the three most common citation styles: APA, MLA, and Chicago. Your instructor should tell you which citation style you should use. 

The books listed below are available for in-library use at the Help Desk on the 2nd floor of RBD Library.

APA Style

MLA Style

Chicago Style