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Podcasts and Video Websites
Public Domain Websites
STOP: Check JStor first. Most of what you find in Google Scholar can be found in JStor. Check JStor first and then Google Scholar if you must.
The Paris Review: Interviews
"[R]ead, search, and download any or all of these [300+] in-depth interviews with poets, novelists, playwrights, essayists, critics, musicians, and more..."
The New York Times
We subscribe to the print and electronic version of this periodical and newspaper. You can, however, check their website for relevant articles (not book reviews) and interviews.
When you want to know whether or not a resource will be useful to you, remember to think like A-CRAB. Consider the following qualities:
- A uthority (Who is the author of the content (not the webmaster)? What organization or institution published the content?)
- C urrency (Do you see a copyright date that is current? Are the links up to date or broken?)
- R elevance (Is the content relevant to the website and what you're researching?)
- A ccuracy (What is the purpose of the website and web page you wish to use information from? Are the sources credited?
- B ias (Is the information presented bias or opinion?)