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English 101: First-Year Composition I   Tags: composition, english, scholarly sources, secondary sources  

English 101 Library Guide
This guide will help students find research sources, library tutorials, and writing assistance.
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Finding Articles for English 101


Library Help

Go to the Libraries' Tutorials page for help with:

  • Searching for Articles
  • Searching for Books in Hodges Library

Sources for Statistics

You may find statistics from governmental agencies by adding to the end of a Google search. For example, a Google search for high school graduation rates would bring back information and statistics from the U.S. Department of Education ( and other government agencies.

CQ Researcher is another good place to find statistics.  Search by topic, then look under the "Maps/Graphs" heading on the left of each topical report.


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Librarians are here to help!  Use the Research Guides to find more information in your subject area, and to find contact information for your subject librarian.

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