1b. Develop Questions & Keywords1d. Find Background Information1e. Refine a Topic
2a. Find Books2b. Find Articles2c. Find Full Text2d. Find Reserves2e. Find Images2f. Find Films2g. Find Websites2h. Search Strategies
3a. Evaluate Sources3b. Primary vs. Secondary Sources3c. Types of Periodicals
4a. Paraphrasing4b. Notetaking
5a. Plagiarism5b. MLA Citation Style5c. Works Cited Examples5d. Copyright
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Films by Genre

When you want to search for specific types of films use a GENRE search. Here are a few examples.

  • Main Feature Films
  • Adventure Films
  • Animated Films
  • Biographical Films
  • Childrens Films
  • Comedy Films
  • Documentary Films
  • Fantasy Films
  • Film Adaptations
  • Historical Films
  • Horror Films
  • Love Drama
  • Operas
  • Science Fiction Films
  • Silent Films
  • Sports Films
  • War Films
  • Western Films
 

Finding DVDs

Drury New Titles & Lists

Tips on Searching for Films

  • To find all Films do a keyword search for videorecordings and then do a limit on the search by location = Drury University (these will appear in alpha order).
  • If you are looking for a specific actor or director, use an author search.
  • If you are looking for a specific subject, use the complete video list and modify the search by adding a subject field search.
  • You can also do a boolean keyword search:
    example: "videorecording AND spanish". This will bring up any video with the word spanish in it
  • Educational Films - these will NOT appear in alpha order. To find educational Films on a particular subject, select the "Limit this Search" button. On the screen that appears, change the "Words in the TITLE" box to "Words in the SUBJECT," type in a subject term, and click on the "Limit/sort items" button.

 

Video Sharing Sites

Listed below are a few of the hundreds of online video sharing sites on the Internet.

  • Flickr
    One of the larger online photo management and video sharing applications on the web.
  • Photobucket
    Site for uploading, sharing, linking and finding photos, videos and graphics.
  • ReelSeo
    One of the top viewed pages on ReelSEO is that of a post with a resource list of more than 300 video sharing sites.
  • YouTube
    YouTube is the leader in online video, and the premier destination to watch and share original videos worldwide through a Web experience.

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