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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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Where Did the Site Originate?

WHERE DID THE WEB SITE ORIGINATE?

URLs (Web addresses) for Web pages outside the United States (and some Web sites within the U.S.) contain a two-letter code indicating the country where the Web page originates. 

The Web site Domain Name Registries around the World can help you determine the country of origin for a particular Web page.

Examples:               ca = Canada    

                               de = Germany    

                                fr = France    

                                uk = United Kingdom    

                                us = United States

The URL for the Canadian Library Association's homepage is http://www.cla.ca/

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