ENGL 2367 Det Fiction Leavitt


Welcome to the online research guide for students enrolled in English 2367, Special Topic: Detective Fiction in the Library Archive!  This guide will help you as you conceive, compose, and complete your research-based assignments, whether you’re just learning to navigate the University Libraries’ resources, need to find and evaluate sources, or want assistance in using and integrating those sources effectively into your writing.  Each page (which you can access using the menu to the left) includes tips and tutorials, selected reference materials, embedded search boxes, and other tools tailored to assist you as you conduct your research in English 2367.  
You can view your course reserve list here. Visit the Circulation desk on the first floor of Thompson Library to borrow these materials for the specified loan period.
In preparation for your visit to the Microform Reading Room later this semester, please visit this resource guide: http://guides.osu.edu/microforms
If you would also like to meet with a staff person during your class to discuss or get feedback on your research practices, visit Emily Sferra—the University Libraries Research Tutor—during her research tutoring hours listed on the right or contact the Reference Services team using the Contact the Libraries! box on the left.

Research Tutoring

Emily Sferra is the Research Tutor for the OSU Libraries. Emily is available to provide help to first-and second-year writing students during any stage of the research process. She is available for tutoring sessions at the Writing Center in Thompson Library located behind the reference desk in Thompson 120.

Research tutoring hours:

Mondays: 11 am – 1 pm; 2 – 5 pm

Tuesdays; Thursdays: 3 – 6 pm

Wednesdays: 2 – 5 pm

All sessions are walk-in appointments.

Emily can be reached at sferra.19@osu.edu.