Browse these locations on the Library 2F shelves:
History of Animation
PN 1560 - PN 1590
Peforming Arts including Film & Motion Picture Production
PN 2000 - PN 2053
Film & Motion Picture Production Production and Direction
PN 2101 - PN 3307
History of the Film & Motion Picture Production
Trick cinematography. Special effects
How to make animated film & video
What do you have to do to successfully complete this assignment? How long will each step take you?
Make a list of the tasks you need to accomplish. Set a schedule to finish each task. Put the schedule into your calendar.
Is your topic the right size? Most students choose a topic that is too large. Doing some presearch on your topic can help you get the big picture and understand what narrower topics are available.
Reference resources help you get started on a new topic, answer quick questions, and/or point you to further resources. Examples of reference resources include:
Almanacs - Atlases - Dictionaries - Encyclopedias - Handbooks - Indexes - Thesauri
What questions will you need to answer to write about your topic? What information will you need to find to support your argument?
Make a list to help guide your research.
It's true - keywords are the key to success when it comes to research. Generating a list of keywords before you start searching - and adding to the list as you go - will make you an efficient, effective searcher. If you can't find what your looking for, it's probably due to bad keywords.