Research Help in Writing Studies

Relevant Journals in My Field

The list below includes only some of the scholarly journals that may have published scholarship relevant to students’ research projects in rhetoric, composition, literacies, and new media. Don’t be intimidated by the size of the list. Not every journal will be relevant to every course or project. I will help direct you to the most fruitful ones for your project.

Some of the journals listed below are open-access (available on the regular Web); some are closed-access (available to library subscribers). The St. Edward’s library does not necessarily subscribe to all of the closed-access journals listed here (or to all volumes of a particular journal), but, through the magic of Interlibrary Loan, the librarians can help you get your hands on most articles, so long as you have a citation.

You can search for (mostly) closed-access journals in the Library catalog. You can also search the directory of open-access journals, which of course will limit your results to open-access journals only.

I can, and will, help you dig.

CompPile, ERIC

Bibliographies, Etc.

Research Help

MLA Citation Help

MLA citation format is not the only (or best) system of documentation, but it is widely used, especially in the humanities.