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This guide is a collection of resources available through Walsh University Library. It is designed to help students of ENG 102: Reading and Writing Connections find appropriate material for research papers and projects.


Assignment Tips

} Choose an organizing question/topic you like.  The quality of your work will improve.
} Remember the theme/concept, but make it yours.
} Don’t look for sources that "solve" your paper.  Rather, imagine each source related to your topic as a piece of evidence or support.  Cast your net wide and then pick the best sources.
} Take notes (don't copy/paste) early to avoid plagiarism.
} Make a point - a thesis statement.  Don’t just summarize/puke back your sources
} Brainstorm:

} When you can, construct your thesis.  What is your point?


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