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ENC 1101 - Bielecki: Research Process

Resources discussed and demonstrated during Ms. Bielecki's ENC 1101 courses' library orientation, as well as composition and grammar resources

Finding Reliable Sources for Academic Essays

Created specifically for Ms. Bielecki's ENC 1101 courses, this page covers how to find trustworthy, expert source material for your academic writing by using the HCC libraries. Further down the page, find embedded videos and information on how to get HCC's free tutoring in person or online.

Broken links? Please email the URLs of that link and this page to jbielecki@hccfl.edu.

How Are Scholarly and Popular Resources Different?

"Peer-reviewed" journals may also be called "scholarly" or "academic."

Follow These Steps

Choosing Your Keywords

Brief, fun video with tips from Coastal Carolina University, Kimbel Library (closed captioning and transcript available)

Help from HCC's Tutors

Questions? 813-253-7741 or yborsuccess@hccfl.edu

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Getting Started with Research: Videos

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