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Handouts, supplemental information, and links concerning ENG105 - an introductory writing course.
Last Updated: Aug 26, 2010 URL: http://infoguides.lccc.edu/supinski_105 Print Guide RSS Updates

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Telephone: 610-799-1150

Website: http://www.lccc.edu/library

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Lifeline: Peers

Stuck with a topic?  Not sure where to go with your paper?  Need someone to look over your essay so far?  Use comments to ask questions and request your peers to help.  You can share email addresses or post directly to comments.

Instructor will be checking comments.  Standard message board rules apply.

 

 

Lifeline: Instructor

If you need a quick answer for something regarding an assignment or your research paper, you can email me at mssupinski@gmail.com.  I try to respond within two hours of receiving the email.

 

Library Workbook & Research Paper

In order to be eligible to pass the course - you must successfully complete (with a passing grade) the library workbook and the research paper.

The library workbook must be successfully completed at 100% correct by 09/28/10 @ 5:00PM.  If this is not completed, you will receive a Y (Withdrawal Fail) for the semester.

Research papers will be distributed and worked on from Weeks 2-11 of the semester.  It is important that ALL the steps are completed and saved to be handed in during Week 12.  If you receive an F on the research paper final draft and do not complete a competent revision, you are not eligible to pass the course.

 

Information Station

Lost your syllabus?  Can't find the handout I gave you during the last class?  Fret not!  You can download those files here.

>If you're looking for something that's not here, please leave a comment and I'll get it uploaded ASAP.

 

Links to Writing Oriented Sites

Avoding Plagairism

These great websites explain how to avoid plaigarizing your papers by accident.

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Ashley Supinski
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Updates

Any changes I add to this page or things I fix will be noted here with a date so you know what is different from the last time you checked.

 

08/25/10 - General site updates for Fall 2010 semester.

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