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CCST 100: Growing Up Cross-Culturally

Professor Stephanie Cox--fall 2020

Class goals

Understand how to use Catalyst to begin your research

Understand the importance of reference sources to better understand your topic/story you are going to research.

Know how to use JStor to search for secondary literature about fairy tales and similar genres

What is Catalyst?

Catalyst is a simple way to search across the library catalog and nearly a billion articles, videos, reference books and more at once. You can search for articles and books at the same time, across all subjects. 

Start with Catalyst when you are beginning your research, doing interdisciplinary searching, or looking for a specific book or article by title.

The Catalyst search box is front and center on the library homepage.

info_outline Search Catalyst for CDs, DVDs, LPs, and streaming audio and video held by St. Olaf and Carleton.
info_outline Search or browse research and how-to guides curated by your librarians.

Database for secondary research

Film databases