Purdue OWL: The OWL is your go-to site for citing. Anything you can think to cite is handled over at the OWL, and you need to get comfortable using it. The “Formatting and Style Guide” is fully searchable and includes tips as well as examples of types of citations and even full papers. Please use this site as your main resource for citations and formatting.
UD Library: The university library his is your home base for research during the researched argument paper. There are many resources on the library page that you should get comfortable with, such as the databases and even Interlibrary Loan if what you’re looking for isn’t available here at Delaware. Be sure to get familiar with how to find books on the shelves and articles in our databases as well.
Our course Canvas page: This is where you’ll find the syllabus, all the prompts and rubrics for the class, and your course grades. You will turn in all of your work over Canvas as well (unless otherwise specified on the syllabus).
The Arak Anthology: The Arak is a journal published on campus that is composed of essays written by English 110 students. The essays span a whole range of topics.