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ENGL 1100/1110 College Composition I   Tags: composition, english  

Library Resources for Research and Writing
Last Updated: Apr 10, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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An information literate student should be able to:

  • Effectively use library resources and services

  • Access information in various formats

  • Develop successful search strategies

  • Articulate their information need

  • Analyze and evaluate information

  • Critically think about the research process

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    Course Instructors: You may use this form to provide your feedback to the Librarian regarding your information literacy session.

Research & Writing



Getting Your Research Started 

How to Use the UT Library Catalog 

LC Call Numbers

Subject vs. Keyword Searching

Journals vs. Magazines


How to Write Annotations

MLA Style Help Sheet

APA Style Help Sheet

APA Style Guide to Electronic Resources [Users may print copies for personal use only.]

Print Copies of Sytle Manuals for formatting your bibliographies and manuscripts are also on Reserve. More information can also be found through The Writing Center and at The University of Purdue's Online Writing Lab (OWL).

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