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Communication Studies: CMJ 106: Storytelling (Leaverton)

Research resources for Communication Studies.

Welcome to the CMJ 106 Course Guide!

This guide will provide you with resources and strategies to support your folktales assignment in Lisa Leaverton's course. Need help? Contact Jen Bonnet at Fogler Library!

Selection of Texts in URSUS

Below is a selection of texts that may be of interest for your assignment involving the use of folktales. Looking for other ideas? Try searching URSUS for topics of interest.

Subject terms (which are similar to tags in the library world) like Fables or Folklore or Fairy Tales or Legends will give you a general idea of what's available in the URSUS libraries, but you can be more specific with subject terms, such as Indians of North America -- Folklore or Fairy Tales, Denmark. You'll discover additional subject terms as you begin searching for items in URSUS.

How to Search in URSUS, the Library Catalog



Did you find a book that's unavailable in Orono? If a book is labeled "Available" at another URSUS library, you can request the book by clicking on the Request button. Fill out the required information, and the book should arrive within 2-4 business days. See the video below for step-by-step instructions on placing a request.

How to Request a Book in URSUS, the Library Catalog

Children's Folklore in URSUS

Below is a selection of folklore found in children's stories. You can search URSUS for subject terms like Fables or Folklore or Fairy Tales or Legends and limit to the Learning Materials Center to find folklore geared toward youth and young adults.

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