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ENG101: First-Year Composition (Needham & Beattie)

This guide was designed to support students enrolled in ENG101, however, others researching for ENG might also find the content useful.

Session objectives

The objectives of this library instruction are practical and assignment driven. By the end of this session you will be able to: 

  • Find library resources to support an ENG101 research paper                                                                                                                                          ‚Äč                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Moraes, B. (2012, January 20). Writing. Retrieved from www.flickr.com

Welcome to this ENG091/101 library guide

This guide was designed to support students enrolled in ENG, however, others researching for an English class might also find the content useful.  Here is the basic format:  

  • Find Search Terms -- This tab will provide information to explain how to access online information through the GCC Library.
  • Find Books and Articles -- These are helpful sources for completing research for a paper.  
  • Find Open Web Resources -- This tab will provide suggestions for better Google searching 
  • Find Help from a Librarian -- This tab will provide information about available research assistance.  
  • Find Library FAQs -- This tab will provide general information related to library resources & services
  • Reflection -- This tab will provide instructions to personally assess what was learned during the library session
  • Find Citation assistance -- This tab will provide information to explain the basics of MLA and how to access other useful citation information and tools.