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First Year Composition

First Year Composition Students (incl. ENG 109 & 111): see our First Year Composition research guide for help with your research, especially the Inquiry 3 assignment. 

First Year Composition Instructors: see our First Year Composition Instruction page (on our Faculty Resources guide) for more information about integrating information literacy concepts into your class, especially around the Inquiry 3 assignment. 

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This guide is designed to assist members of the Composition and Rhetoric community in their research endeavors.  The tabs across the top of the page organize the information into workable categories.  

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To get you started here are three very useful resources:

Education Research Complete

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Office Hours

You can email me or use the above automated scheduled to set an appointment. I also hold regular drop-in (no appointment necessary) office hours during the Spring and Fall semesters.

Bachelor Hall
Room 351 (Faculty Commons) from 1-2:50 on Tuesdays

Williams Hall
Room 241 from 1-2:50 on Wednesdays.

See below for a list of dates when, due to teaching appointments or other reasons my usual office hours will be cancelled:

Tuesday 11/30
MJF hours from 1-1:50 only on 9/26
Contact:
205 King Library
151 S. Campus Avenue
Oxford, OH 45056
513-529-8494
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