English Department Common Assessment Essay
(EN111, EN120, EN305, EN306)
Use these resources to conduct research
- Subject Guide: Resources for Writing Classes
- Resources for Distance Learners
- MLA and APA Citation Styles
Use these articles to jump start your research.
- Barratt, Caroline Cason et al. "Collaboration Is Key: Librarians and Composition Instructors
Analyze Student Research and Writing." Portal : Libraries and the Academy 9.1 (2009): 37–56. Print.
- Berrett, Dan. "Freshman Composition Is Not Teaching Key Skills in Analysis, Researchers
Argue." The Chronicle of Higher Education (2012): n/a. Print.
- Buranen, Lise. "A Safe Place: The Role of Librarians and Writing Centers in Addressing
Citation Practices and Plagiarism." Knowledge Quest 37.3 (2009): 24–33. Print.
- Howard, Rebecca Moore, Tanya K. Rodrigue, and Tricia C. Serviss. "Writing from Sources,
Writing from Sentences." Writing and Pedagogy 2.2 (Fall 2010): 177-192. [http://writing.byu.edu/static/documents/org/1176.pdf]
- Hunter, Judy. "The Importance of Citation." Grinnell College. Web. 10 Oct. 2013. http://web.grinnell.edu/Dean/Tutorial/EUS/IC.pdf
- Park, Sarah, Lori A. Mardis, and Connie Jo Ury. "I've Lost My Identity - Oh, There
It Is ... in a Style Manual." Reference Services Review 39.1 (2011): 42–57. ProQuest. Web. 10 Oct. 2013.
- Robinson, Andrew M., and Karen Schlegl. "Student Bibliographies Improve When Professors Provide Enforceable Guidelines for Citations." Portal : Libraries and the Academy 4.2 (2004): 275–290. Print.
(All Print sources available in full-text via ProQuest Central Database available on the Writing Resources page.)