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THEA 281: Visual Elements - Research Using Online Resources

A guide to research for theatre production and design using only online resources, created Spring 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Organize your research

Keeping track of your visual research and staying organized during the process will help you later on. I created a Padlet (padlet.com) for free for this class as an example. It can be a useful tool for organizing visual research with citation/link information and comments from you. It also works as a collaborative tool if you choose to use it that way. You can see a sample here of one I used in a Costuming for the Stage class earlier this year: https://padlet.com/sarahlaleman/wjuw36ctql5450kn

Regardless of how you organize your information, just make sure you have some system that works for you. And remember to give proper attribution/citation for images that you use in your research.

OneSearch

OneSearch, the main search box on the library home page, allows you to search across our catalog and a selection of our electronic databases for books, e-books, articles, and more.

In our online-only environment, here are some tips for using OneSearch:

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