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English 101 (College Writing) Research Guide: Welcome


The Library provides several tutorials that can help students with their research:  evaluating information, reference sources, finding a book, finding a periodical article, Internet, and documentation of sources. 

Writing Websites

Some useful websites dealing with the writing process:



Carroll Community College Library provides library instruction for all English 101 classes and welcomes the opportunity to work with students individually. 

This guide will point you to useful resources, websites, and guides which will help you as you familiarize yourself with the research process and work on course assignments.

To be a successful college student you should be able to research effectively which means knowing how to:

  • Use an online book and media catalog to find reference & circulating books, ebooks, and media
  • Locate periodical articles and distinguish between popular and scholarly periodicals
  • Evaluate web resources based on key criteria
  • Document sources correctly

Library Assistance

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Wanda Meck
Room L198
Carroll Community College Library
M-W & F: 8 am - 4 pm; Th: 2 pm - 10 pm; + some Saturdays
Collects for:
Education, Sociology, Psychology, Anthropology, Human Geography, Economics, Criminal Justice & Law, Political Science, Transitional Studies