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ENG 501: Approaches to Research: Literature

This online research guide is designed to support students enrolled in the ENG 500: Literature research methods course.

Library Accounts

Access to the two library accounts that English graduate students are likely to use on a regular basis is provided from the "Library Accounts" portion of the grey navigation bar near the top of the ASU Library web-site.

  • My Library Account (for online renewal of checked-out books, etc.)
  • Illiad (for requesting digital copies of articles not full-text online, for borrowing books from non-ASU Library, etc.)

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