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Research Guide to Literature Resources in GoWYLD  

Includes RA, works, author biographies, poetry, study guides, literary criticism and more.
Last Updated: Apr 6, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Reader's Advisory

  • Novelist Plus
    Reading recommendations for both nonfiction and fiction. Describe a plot with author readalikes, find reviews and much more for thousands of books. Explore What We're Reading, Book Discussion Guides, BookTalks, and more. Includes audiobook reviews!
  • Novelist K-8 Plus
    NoveList K-8 Plus is especially for younger readers. It has reading recommendations for both fiction and nonfiction, for kids in grades K-8. Use it to find just the right books for every reader.
  • Books & Authors
    Browse authors, topics, genres and more in this comprehensive fiction and nonfiction readers advisory tool



Webinars and Tutorials-Wyoming State Library

  • Literature Resource Center  Icon
    In Literature Resource Center you can browse featured authors and works, find literary criticism, conduct a search for people or works, and much more.
  • Poetry sources in  Icon
    As we begin National Poetry Month, join me to look at some of the resources you can find in Literature Online (including Poets Onscreen) and ProQuest Learning: Literature. Also, Chadwyk-Healey Literature Collections, Novelist Plus, and Britannica.
  • A Look at LION  
    In this webinar we will go from the current platform to the new version that will be coming soon. LION includes over 350,000 works of poetry, prose and drama from the 8th to the 21st century with a huge library of criticism and reference material, including thousands of literary articles, essays, biographies and encyclopedia entries. Literature Online also includes audio and video content through its Poets on Screen recordings of poets reading their own and others' works and the Shakespeare Audio Plays collection
  • Chadwyck-Healey Literature Collections and LION (Literature Online) 32 min.  
    LION provides cross-searchable access to many of the resources in the Chadwyck-Healey Literature Collections as well as Poets on Screen and Shakespeare Audio Plays. The Chadwyck-Healey Literature Collections includes the Bible in English, Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare, and the W.B. Yeats collection.
  • ProQuest Learning: Literature  Icon
    Are you struggling with Kafka? Want to know more about Catcher in the Rye? Interested in hearing Robert Bly read his poetry? Come check out ProQuest Learning: Literature. A great source for finding authors, criticism, study guides, multimedia and more. It is designed for K-12 students, but most everyone will find it useful.
  • Shakespeare in  Icon
    Explore the many resources in that focus on Shakespeare's life and works. (LION, ProQuest Learning: Literature, and Britannica, and others, with incredible content such as Poets Onscreen, Shakespeare Audio Plays and Study Guides.)
  • Biography Resources (30 min.)  Icon
    Includes LION, Twayne’s Authors Online (ebook), Masterfile Premier.
    Note: some Gale resources mentioned may no longer be available in GoWYLD.
  • Getting acquainted with Novelist Plus and Novelist K-8 Plus (38 min.)  Icon
    Come take a look at one of the newest additions to, Novelist Plus and Novelist K-8 Plus. This resource includes recommended reading for fiction and non-fiction; tools and training for reader’s advisory and common core; books for adults and kids; and, audiobook recommendations
  • Books in  Icon
    In this webinar we will take a look at Novelist Plus, Novelist K-8 Plus, Books and Authors and Bookflix. We will also explore a few sets within other resources (SIRS Discoverer, National Geographic Kids and Learning Express Library). Included will be information on ebooks and audio books. (see flier link below)

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