Different Types of Literature Sources (spring 2018)

Different Types of Literature Sources (spring 2018)

hi this is Sarah Marks one of the librarians here at UMass Lowell today we’re going to talk about the different types of scholarly literature available specifically the difference between formal and great literature when we talk about formal laureate literature we’re talking about articles that go through the peer-review process this includes general peer […]

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Prime Minister’s Literary Awards 2017 Children’s Literature

Prime Minister’s Literary Awards 2017 Children’s Literature

It’s recognition for this book that’s taken me I think about eight years of thinking obviously written other things in between about thirty years of thinking about it. It’s also for me being a migrant Australian it’s actually has been really important to me in these last two minutes to be recognised as an Australian […]

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Primary Literature in the Sciences

Primary Literature in the Sciences

Primary literature in the sciences Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons Seattle University Primary literature reports original research studies and experiments conducted by the authors Primary literature can include: scholarly journal articles conference papers, theses and dissertations, and field notes. It’s “primary” because it’s where the results of original research are published first. Secondary literature […]

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Gender, Guilt, and Fate – Macbeth, Part 2: Crash Course Literature #410

Gender, Guilt, and Fate – Macbeth, Part 2: Crash Course Literature #410

Hi I’m John Green. This is Crash Course Literature and today we’ll be doubling, bubbling, toiling and troubling as we continue our discussion of Macbeth. Today we’ll be looking more closely at the characters of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth as well as discussing the play’s treatment of gender roles and its downer ending. INTRO One […]

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SOC: Literature Reviews

SOC: Literature Reviews

Jacob remembers the first time his professor assigned a literature review it was part of a final research project. He wondered, “What is a literature review?” Should he read a bunch of classic novels and review them? Jacob learned in the academic world the term “literature” is often used to describe the collected body of […]

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Julia Reidhead on Why Literature Matters

Julia Reidhead on Why Literature Matters

I am Julia Reidhead and I’m the president of W.W. Norton & Company, where I’ve worked for almost 35 years and for about 33 of those years, was editor of the Norton Anthologies of Literature. I was a comparative literature major at Yale University. My tenure editing the Norton Anthologies was through the most comparative, […]

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Crash Course Literature Preview

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature, and I’m back! Over the next ten weeks we’re going to read a bunch of books together. I got some of them right here. We’re going to read Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, Lord of the Flies by William Golding (my least […]

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The importance of literature in education – Pablo Boullosa

The importance of literature in education – Pablo Boullosa

Curiosity is like a spring that pushes you to learn more things, to see beyond, further, not to settle. Curiosity was also persecuted as a vice. That’s why curiosity desperate parents. But it is very natural. It is a natural desire to know. And that natural desire is something we can not lose. We should […]

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Digital Literature Holder | Engage With Your Customers

This digital literature rack combines our best-selling magazine stand with an impactful LCD advertising panel. Add character and style to your business by including video and audio to engage customers. The literature stand is easy to transport with an included travel bag for when you’re on the go and only takes minutes to assemble. *Multimedia […]

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