To get started today, log into a classroom computer or your own personal laptop, tablet, etc. and open the MRU Library website https://library.mtroyal.ca/
How to find the ENGL 2211 course guide:
If you have a question or comment, before or during class, and would rather not shout, you can ask it here - and I'll answer it during class.
By the end of class, you will be able to:
Developing Your Topic:
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What is peer-review?
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Less is More: Start with one or two words and then add one additional term at a time
Phrase searching: Use "quotation marks" around key ideas made up of multiple words
Truncation: Use an asterisk * to find different endings to your keywords
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