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English 101: Sections for Professor Arellano
A resource guide for English 101 library instruction sessions taught by Digital Literacy Librarian, Colleen Robledo Greene.
This section of my English 101 instruction guide is for resources specific to students enrolled in sections taught by Professor Lizette Arellano, who are working with Digital Literacy Librarian Colleen Greene. These resources are in addition to those covered throughout the rest of this guide.
Students will create an annotated bibliography on a topic of their choosing in APA format, which will include 4 sources:
at least 2 will be academic journal article sources, retrieved from the school or a public library
at least 1 will be an online media source, such as a YouTube video, podcast, or interactive presentation
at least 1 source (article or book) must contain elements that DISAGREE with your own position on the matter.
Instruction Session Learning Objectives
At the end of our instruction session, you will be able to:
Locate this course guide from the library home page
Explain how library databases can help you with your research topic
Log in to the library website and proxy server with your CSUF credentials
Find academic level background information about your research topic using the Gale eBooks and Gale in Context: Opposing Viewpoints databases
Find scholarly and/or full-text online sources for your research assignment using our OneSearch discovery tool
Conduct keyword and phrase searches in library databases
Locate the library's APA cheat sheet infographics on the Citations guide
MLA Citation Style
Professor Acevedo's classes use the MLA citation style.
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