The library's databases will provide you with enough sources for your projects. See some examples below.
|Gale eBooks (formerly GVRL)||Sappho | Divine Comedy | Marcus Aurelius | Greek art|
|QuickSearch (try subject searches)||Seneca | Dante Alighieri | Gospels | Sistine Chapel|
|EBSCO||"allegory of the cave" | Dante AND inferno | Roman religion|
|Gale Literature||Dante AND inferno | Sophocles|
|Project MUSE||Sappho | Greek drama|
|ARTstor (use for images)||Greek vase | Sistine Chapel|
Be choosy when you search for web sources, as most websites tend to provide only a shallow treatment of topics, and that is not appropriate for college level work. Evaluate websites carefully using the CRAAP method.
Below are some websites you could use for your projects (if allowed):
It's kind of fun to do the impossible. (Walt Disney)
Looking for a quotation to add to your presentation? To find sources of quotations, go to the library's home page, and under FIND BOOKS, do a title search using the word quotations. See the example below.
The search will find books such as:
Use the library's MLA citation playbook to construct your citations. Do not trust citation generators, even if they are part of a database; they often make mistakes. Learning how to cite from scratch will save you a lot of time in the long run.