Select Your Research TopicDictionariesEncyclopediasThesauri (Thesauruses)
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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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A Consultation with a Librarian

A CONSULTATION WITH A LIBRARIAN

When it's time to find information for your research paper or another assignment, do your best to use the resources you're learning about in this workbook.

If you continue to hit obstacles in finding or using information, consult with one of Rothrock Library's librarians. LCCC's librarians are familiar with many of the assignments at LCCC and can assist you in selecting the best place to search, the best search terms to use, and the questions you need to consider to determine if your information is accurate and appropriate.

If you are unfamiliar with finding articles and other resources for an assignment, the best approach is to visit the library at the LCCC campus in Schnecksville or one of the learning resource centers at the Carbon, Donley, or Morgan Centers. Check with the centers to learn the hours during which a librarian is present. The next best way to get advice is by telephone. Call 610-799-1150 and ask to speak with a librarian. Another option is to go to the library's web site, click on Start Your Research Here, and then click on Ask a Librarian in the upper right corner.

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