Thomas Riggs

Examples of Online Publications

Connect, produced by McGraw-Hill, is a web-based learning platform for colleges and universities. Accessed from computers, tablets, and mobile phones, it combines digital textbooks with interactive, multimedia study tools, including videos, online activities, and recorded class lectures. Along with LearnSmart, the platform's assessment tool, Connect creates study programs personalized to students' needs. Thomas Riggs & Company has contributed to Connect and LearnSmart, in the humanities and social sciences, since 2010.

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Gale Researcher, produced by Gale, is an online database containing original, signed, peer-reviewed essays from scholars in different fields. Intended especially for undergraduate students, Gale Researcher makes it easier for students to find credible sources for their papers. We began hiring scholars and creating essays for Gale Researcher in 2016.

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Literature Online, published by Chadwyck-Healey, is the largest online anthology of literature (poetry, prose, and drama) and criticism in the world. Containing some 350,000 primary texts by more than 16,000 writers, it provides students, scholars, and others access to important works, as well as a sophisticated search system that makes research easier and more useful. Thomas Riggs & Company has been providing biographical and critical text for Literature Online since 2001. Literature Online logo
LitFinder, published by Gale, is an online literary resource for primary texts and criticism. International in scope, it offers more than 150,000 full-text poems, short stories, novels, essays, speeches, and plays, as well as 840,000 poem citations and excerpts. It also includes biographies, work summaries, photographs, and a glossary. We began providing content for LitFinder in 2009.
KnowledgeNotes, published by Chadwyck-Healey, are online study guides providing critical introductions to important literary works. Each guide contains biographical information on the writer; a bibliography; a careful critical reading of the text; a discussion of style, themes, motifs, and highlights; and a list of critical sources. Thomas Riggs & Company first prepared KnowledgeNotes in 2008.  Chadwyck Healey logo