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English Composition Instructor Resources

Recommended resources for English Composition faculty and graduate teaching assistants

Research Activities & Assignments for Your Classes

Librarians are available to help you find resources to bridge the transition to online learning formats through ready-made and ready-to-customize videos, tutorials, and activities. Additional information literacy instructional materials are organized by the library’s educational competencies in our Information Literacy Toolkit

Many of these materials can be customized to specific course needs and a number of our tutorials can be used as graded assignments in your classes. Contact us to learn more and discuss options for your classes. 

Tutorials & Graded Assignments

These tutorials require students to submit answers. Librarians can provide student answers to instructors for evidence and assessment upon request. 

Library Instructional Videos

Librarians have developed a number of videos to help students learn about and use library resources. A complete listing of our videos for general audiences is available on our YouTube channel. Contact us to learn more about how these can be used in or customized for your classes. 

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The Research Process

Using the Library

Step-by-Step Instructions

Librarians have developed library guides with step-by-step, text and image instructions explaining library research tasks. Some of these guides can be customized to meet course needs. 

Page updated: Thurs. 3/19/2020, 8:30am

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