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Reference titles in many fields, including classics. Includes the Oxford Classical Dictionary, along with many other sources. Allows only 5 users at a time, so try again later if you get an error message.
Consult this short video below (1:40) to get tips on searching Oxford Reference Online.
Many thanks to Kelly Ng for developing this video.
Collection of Greek and Latin classical literature. Covers Epic and lyric poetry; tragedy and comedy; history, travel, philosophy, and oratory; medicine and mathematics. In English, Greek, and Latin. Most also available in print.
Offers reading access of content to the fullest extent allowable by U.S. copyright law. Due to COVID-19, some additional content may be temporarily available. In order to access this content, you must be logged in with your MIT account, and texts not out of copyright may only be available for an hour at a time and not downloadable.
Consult the video (2:27 min) below to learn more about using HathiTrust to locate electronic versions of print books held by the MIT Libraries.
Many thanks to Chris Sherratt for developing this video.
Some of the tools listed in the "Manage Your References" include tools to help you create citations in your papers. For more help in understanding the mechanics behind the citations (and to verify that the tool in question has formatted everything properly), consult the following:
Citation Style Guides - An overview of many of the more popular citation methods, including MLA (Modern Language Association).