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Welcome to the Library's research guide for EGL 102-022!
Goals! After working through the material in this workshop and guide, students in David Jakalski's EGL 102-022 section will be able to:
Identify background sources appropriate to their topic in order to narrow down their research question.
Explain the peer review process.
Locate a relevant, scholarly article in a library database.
Give credit to the original ideas of others through proper attribution and citation
After our library workshop on March 4, this guide will continue to be available for the remainder of the Spring 2022 semester. Use it to locate topics and resources for your EGL 102 writing projects. Let's get started!
Rebecca Sedam. Librarian
Division of Liberal Arts
EGL 102: Composition II
Course introduces strategies for planning, writing, and revising advanced expository essays and the college research paper. Content includes critical reading and analysis, the structure of argument, and the use of sources.