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Seminar on Demand - English 1302: Library Seminar - Short Story Literary Criticism

This is a recording of a virtual seminar for English 1302. The seminar uses Herman Melville's short story, "Bartleby the Scrivener" as the literary work to be analyzed.

English 1302 : Recorded Library Seminar

English 1302 Recorded Seminar  

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This on-demand seminar is for students taking the English 1302 course.       

Divided into four parts, this seminar will provide instruction on how to get assistance from a librarian, search and retrieve resource materials for a  research paper about early American literature, and format an MLA    style paper.  

For this recorded, live seminar, the short story "Bartleby the Scrivener" by Herman Melville was used.  

If problems are experienced while viewing this recording, please contact the Virtual Services Librarian at 

After viewing the recorded seminar, please send an e-mail to the Virtual Services Librarian requesting the post-seminar assessment survey link.  The survey must be completed to receive credit for attending this library seminar.   




Topics Covered:

  • Getting Assistance
    • In-Person
    • E-Mail 
    • Live Chat / Text Chat
    • Research Paper Mentoring -
      • Help With Papers
      • Paper Proofreading
    • Research Study Guides
    • Video Tutorials
  • Catalog - Discovery Searching
  • Databases 
    • Selecting a Database
    • Logging In
    • Setting Limiters
    • Key Word Searching
    • Harvesting Sources and Citations
  • MLA  Style 
    • Paper Formatting
    • In-Text Citations
      • What needs to be cited
    • Source Citations