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ENGL 102/108 (Fall 2019)

Librarian

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Jeremiah Paschke-Wood
Contact:
Main Library A403
(520) 621-7236

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Instructors: Use the Request Reservation form to reserve the classroom. To request instructional support, or if you have questions, email jpaschkewood@email.arizona.edu

Instructor Resources

Are you teaching English 102? Check out these helpful resources.

Use these to get started

 You can explore any of these:

  • CQ Researcher - Find reports and analysis on a variety of current issues. Includes background information, pro/con debates, and a chronology of the issue.
  • Times Topics - Find New York Times coverage by topic. Each topic, from Facebook to global warming, includes breaking news, archival content, and multimedia.
  • Open Democracy - Find news analysis and debates related to human rights and democracy worldwide.
  • ProCon.org - This site is useful for looking at broad proponent/opponent issues of a topic. Keep in mind that almost all major topics have specific foci with multiple (more than two) proponent/opponent arguments. Look for current conversations (such as those found in LexisNexis--see links below) on your topics to help hone your own arguments with the use of research.

Use these to find news articles

  • Complete the Access World News Tutorial then go to Access World News to find articles from local (Arizona Daily Star), national, and international newspapers, and news transcripts and video clips; date coverage varies by news source.
  • Complete the Nexis Uni tutorial (formerly LexisNexis) then go to Nexis Uni to locate local, national, and international newspaper articles on your topic.

Use these to find scholarly articles

Use library search to locate books, videos, and more

Go to library search to find books and ebooks on your topic.

Additional tutorials

Visit the Reference Desk

Everyone at the Reference Desk in the Main Library has worked through the exercises for English 102 and are ready to help answer your questions. You can go in person, call them at (520) 621-6442, or connect with them via chat or email.