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Bunting: Start Here!

Library resources for Dr. Bunting's English Composition I class

Welcome!

This guide contains links to databases containing articles, scholarly online resources, and information about print and electronic materials in the Madigan Library that can be helpful to your research.

If you have questions, contact me using the information on the right-hand side of this guide.  If I'm not available, try using our Ask a Librarian services.

Your Assignment

Paper and PenFor this assignment, you will be doing a few things in which library resources are invovled. They are:

  • Choosing a topic to research
  • Creating a research question that will focus your topic
  • Gathering research and creating a working bibliography for your paper of the sources you find and will use in your paper.

Where do I start?

StartYour first step in your research assignment and paper is to either pick a topic, or, if you do know what you want to research, you can start developing a research question for that topic. In either case, go to the Find & Develop Your Topic to start.

You will learn how to do find a topic, do a quick research review of that topic and how to develop your topic into a research question.

Subject Guide

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Jessica Oberlin
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