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ENG 101 - Composition I: Critical Reading and Responding

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Hello!

This guide contains a compilation of resources to help you get started with research. You will find tips on getting started using OneSearch and recommended databases.

Here are a few resources to get you started:

  • The assignment calculator can help you plan your research process and help you stay on track.
  • If you need help with any phase of the writing process, consider meeting with a writing tutor. Writing tutors are available for drop-in hours and scheduled appointments. The Writing Center is located on the first floor of the library in the Academic & Research Commons. For more information regarding the tutors and their hours, go to Learning Support Services.

Comfort Level with Research

When I think about research for this assignment, which of the following best describes how you feel?
lost in a jungle: 17 votes (28.33%)
captain of a ship and I know where I'm going: 6 votes (10%)
doomed, lost at sea: 5 votes (8.33%)
a detective: 18 votes (30%)
a cat stalking its prey: 13 votes (21.67%)
Other: 1 votes (1.67%)
Total Votes: 60

Citation Guides

Finding a citation through OneSearch is simple and easy to do. However, it is recommended that you check these citations for accuracy before using them in your work.