Don't just 'google' to find material.
You will find useful web resources to support your studies in this module, especially as the primary resource works are out of copyright and freely available for dissemination.
Don't just use Google but also use the Library Research Tools for comprehensive searching and access to all materials available to you as a member of the University.
Some materials such as scholarly books and journals go through a rigorous 'peer review' process where they are analysed by experts in the field for reliability and quality.
You can be less assured about other information sources where it is hard to establish the provenance of the information - anyone can create and disseminate information via the web.
Use the Evaluating information tutorial below to help you assess the reliability and authority of sources you may wish to use in your research.
The two key Library Research tools that will help you find all the print and electronic primary and secondary materials you have access to are:
1. Library Search http://encore.exeter.ac.uk
2. A-Z Databases http://libguides.exeter.ac.uk/az.php