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In this guide
- Search vs. Research (video)
- Research Tips
- InfoHawk+ for Finding Articles
- More Help with Research
- Research Resources
- How to Read a Scholarly Article (infographic)
- Crafting a Strong Thesis Statement
- MLA Citations
- General Rubric
- Writing Resources
About this guide
This guide was created to supplement the research and writing that you will do in COMM:1130. The guide provides an overview to many useful resources and tips for your course assignments.
Consult the course ICON page for details on assignments, including requirements and deadlines.
Writing a rhetorical analysis