Select Your Research TopicDictionariesEncyclopediasThesauri (Thesauruses)
Encore Description & Step-By-StepFind & Use eBooksKeywordsFind Books on the Shelves
Important Definitions & LocationsPeriodical CitationsBasic Steps to Search an Online DatabaseEBSCO DatabaseProQuest DatabaseNewspapers
Full-Text Periodicals E & PrintInterlibrary LoanStudents at Carbon, Donley, & Morgan CentersLocal LibrariesSummary
Additional ResourcesExamples of Almanacs & Statistical ResourcesStatistical Abstract of the United StatesExamples of Government SourcesExamples of Professional OrganizationsFind Audiovisual ResourcesConsult with a Librarian
Important TermsThe Internet: DefinitionFacts & AdviceAccess a Web SiteSearch EnginesThe "Invisible Web"Using Wikipedia
Evaluating a Web SiteVERY IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONSDomain NamesWhat Is Its Purpose?Personal Web PagesWho Is Its Author/Producer/Sponsor?Where Did This Web Site Originate?Helpful Web Site
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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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Additional Resources


This chapter will describe a few additional resources that might be useful for your research paper. Government agencies, professional organizations, almanacs, statistical resources, audiovisual materials, and librarians in colleges and universities can be rich sources of information for your assignments and professional needs.

The best places for your online research are most often:

  • your college library's books, periodicals, and audiovisual materials  ( | START YOUR RESEARCH HERE | Encore)
  • online subscription databases (START YOUR RESEARCH HERE | Databases A-Z)
  • web sites sponsored by state and federal government agencies (.gov)
  • web sites sponsored by the pre-eminent professional organizations in your field (.org). Be aware that not every .org web site is a reliable organization!
  • web sites sponsored by educational institutions (.edu)

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