This is the "The Basics" page of the "Theatre" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content
San Francisco State University
Guide to finding professional information and scholarly research on theatre and drama topics.
Last Updated: Jun 23, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

The Basics Print Page

Get Organized

A citation guide plus a few free web tools to help you collect, organize, and cite your research:

  • Citing References
    Cite your sources the right way!
  • Zotero
    A Firefox extension to help collect, manage, and cite research sources.
  • Diigo
    This bookmarking system lets you highlight and save sticky notes on web pages and also save whole webpages and docs with added notes and tags. Use with any browser. Share the notes with your classmates too!
  • Feedly
    Helps you organize your RSS feeds. Set up searches, etc. and get results automatically sent to your Feedly app or browser.

Get Started


Teach Yourself

Intro to College Level Research
An overview of college research, including the web and library resources.


Creating a Research Strategy
How to turn your topic into a search that will WORK!


Evaluating Information
How to evaluate the information you locate, including the difference between scholarly and non-scholarly sources.


Theatre Arts Librarian

Profile Image
Hesper Wilson
Contact Hesper directly at or chat with a reference librarian below!
JavaScript disabled or chat unavailable.
Contact Info

Research Assistance Desk:
Office Hours:
By Appointment: M-F


Special thanks to David Hellman, SF State Librarian, for originally creating this guide.


Loading  Loading...