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EGL 102-003 - Jakalski - Spring 2024

Librarian Sylvia Rosillo's Research Guide for English 102-003 taught by Prof. Jakalski Mon/Wed 9:30-10:45am.

Let's Get Started!

You can utilize this guide as a starting point to delve into the background of a topic, event, institution, or theory. Here, you'll discover a wealth of resources, including encyclopedia entries, peer-reviewed materials, diverse viewpoints, and much more. If you have any questions about your research remember to ASK A LIBRARIAN or email Librarian Sylvia Rosillo

What will we cover?

  • Discover compelling research topics by accessing reputable sources such as CQ Researcher, Chronicles of Higher Education, Opposing Viewpoints & Context, and ERIC.
  • Critically evaluate the credibility of resources using the SIFT method.
  • Identify relevant keywords and phrases to enhance your research effectiveness.
  • Explore diverse types of resources and findings within databases and academic journals.
  • Learn the basics on how to properly cite sources to give credit to others for their original ideas.