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ENW100 - Summer Session II

Welcome!

Hello! This course guide has been created for students enrolled in an ENW100 course in Summer Session II. In this guide you will find several resources that will help you locate the best sources possible, including scholarly and/or peer-reviewed journal articles. 

Below is a description of the pages found in the left-hand menu:

  • Finding Peer-Reviewed Articles - This page contains a list of databases that contain scholarly and peer-reviewed journal articles, along with a few things to keep in mind when conducting your research.
  • What are Scholarly Sources - Not sure what a scholarly journal article looks like? What are some characteristics that can help make spotting them easier? This short guide explains what they are, how to spot them, and where they can be found.
  • Advanced Search Tips - A few key tools and strategies to create a search focused on your research needs.
  • Understanding Primary & Secondary Sources - A description of primary and secondary sources and examples for different disciplines.
  • MLA Citation Style Guide - This guide contains the formatting information needed to adhere to MLA Style, the required citation style for this assignment.
  • Annotated Bibliographies - Purdue OWL - Need to know what an annotated bibliography is or how to create one yourself? This guide created by Purdue OWL explains what they are and how to create one, including images and examples.