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ENGL 1030: Composition & Rhetoric

This guide will help students enrolled in ENGL 1030 find resources to complete the major assignments

Instruction Offered and When to Use

Instruction Offered and Timeline of When to Use

Resource  Instructional Workflow When to Use
Academic Research In-person Session
  • Schedule an in-person session with Jessica Kohout-Tailor that mirrors similar content from the asynchronous module regarding types of information sources and how to find and think about scholarly sources, as well as library resources.
  • 50-75 minutes
Before beginning research

Introduction to Academic Research Canvas Module 

  • In this 25-minute module, students will be able to:
    • identify relevant resources to use for academic research (databases, Libraries Search Tool called "FindIt," and Google Scholar) and how to use these resources
    • identify the advantages and limitations of these resources
    • identify how to critically evaluate research materials from these resources
  • Read directions on how to upload a Canvas module into your Canvas course.
Before beginning research 
RefWorks Citation Management In-Person Session
  • Schedule an in-person session with Bobby Hollandsworth to have your students learn how to manage their citations with RefWorks.
  • Sessions typically last a full class session.
As students begin to research