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ENG 101

Resources for ENG 101 Composition I

ACADEMIC RESOURCE CENTER

A C A D E M I C   R E S O U R C E   C E N T E R

 

We offer a wide variety of services to Thomas University students, including feedback on writing, workshops focusing on a variety of writing topics, self-service opportunities available on this web site and through the ARC Blackboard shell, as well as tutoring in math, biology, and other discipline specific areas.

For a full schedule and Online tutoring email Robin Ouzts: rouzts@thomasu.edu

All students are also encouraged to take advantage of Turnitin.com. If you are interested in checking your papers for plagiarism before you submit them to your professors, please email Robin Ouzts: rouzts@thomasu.edu


Online

You have 2 online options:

  •  Most online appointments occur via email.  Please allow 5 to 7 business days before your deadline.
  •  Choose live chat through a Collaborate or Skype appointment.  Please contact the director at rouzts@thomasu.edu to make an online live chat appointment.

Academic Honor System

H o n o r   C o d e   P l e d g e

"As a member of the Thomas University student body, I will not lie, cheat, or steal in any endeavor related to my academic pursuits, nor will I tolerate that behavior in others."

Each member of the university community is responsible for abiding by the Academic Honor Code at all times.

Not all articles are created equal!

C R A A P   t e s t

Wondering if the article you found online is good enough for your paper? Give it the CRAAP test!

Go here for the entire breakdown.

  1. Currency: timeliness of the information
  2. Relevance: importance of the information for your needs
  3. Authority: source of the information
  4. Accuracy: reliability of the information
  5. Purpose: reason the information exists