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ENG 105 Information Research Skills  

The College English I Workbook is an ENG 105 assignment worth 15% of your grade. This guide contains information from the workbook's eight chapters, minus the self-check questions.
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Audiovisual Resources


  • Audiovisual materials are located in the Media Periodicals Room, LB 109, on the left side of the library's upper level.
  • Items in this collection are searchable in Encore and in Books, Media, & More.
  • Formats of audiovisual materials in our library:
    • Sound Recordings:       Compact Discs, Talking Books
    • Videorecordings:            DVDs, Videos
  • Talking Books, most CDs, and audio cassette players may be borrowed.
  • DVDs, videos, and some CDs must be used in the library.


Conduct a search for a video.


2. Search for the title of this video: Out of Ireland

3. If necessary, click on "Title" in the left column.

4. Click on the blue title of this video.

5. Scroll down to read the summary of the video.


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