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Course Assignment


Choose an issue that is suitably controversial, develop a claim in which you take a stand on that issue using three primary points as the basis for your argument, your 3-point thesis, and then support that claim using appropriate sources and sound logic.

Your ENL111 Research Guide & Session

    This Research Guide & Session has been designed to meet your information needs to successfully complete your course assignments, and to help you become an information-literate, independent-learning individual.   The Library Tutorial introduced you to the principles of basic research, and the Research Session is a starting point for building on those principles.  Furthermore you are encouraged to utilize this guide and seek help  from your subject librarian as well as the Madigan Library Research Services.  See the Help tab of this guide for contact information.

Guide Info

 
   This is the course guide for Professor Newcomer's ENL111 class. 
 Use the guide to direct your research for the course assignment.
 Use the guide tabs above to locate reference sources, books, articles,
  and other related information on your topic.  
 

   Learning Outcomes 
  
By the end of this session you should be able to

  • find information related to your topic
  • evaluate the information you find
  • use information that is relevant and appropriate to your topic 
  • properly cite your sources
  • be able to apply/transfer what you've learned


Come back to this guide to investigate supporting resources, services, and search techniques.

                      

    

Need help? Ask me!

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Judy Zebrowski
Contact:
Madigan Library
LIB 137
570-320-2400 x4115
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Librarian, Information Literacy Initiatives
Librarian for the School of Business & Hospitality