"Electronic Textbook" English 112: Class Resources and Learning Links

Prof. R. Dollieslager at Thomas Nelson.

Email me at dollier@tncc.edu

library stacks

Essay Writing

 

Editing and Style

  • Why I hate YOU!! Avoiding 2nd-person point-of-view in academic writing

 

Researching and Documenting

Tracking the Truth

  • The Congressional Record: Track daily debates and search for your representatives' and senators' voting records.
  • Emergent: "A Real-Time Rumor Tracker"
  • Fact Check.Org A Project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center: In an era of ever-increasing "fake news" sources, unreal "reality TV," entrenched political bias, science deniers, and rampant propagandizing, check your facts before you espouse your opinions or quote falsehoods.
  • Fact Checker. A service of The Washington Post
  • Library of Congress The largest repository of primary sources of information aside form the Internet itself--but much easier to find.
  • Snopes "Welcome to Snopes.com, the definitive Internet reference source for urban legends, folklore, myths, rumors, and misinformation."
  • Urban Legends "Where you'll find the most popular urban legends and be entertained with email rumors, recent internet hoaxes and stories you swore actually happened to your friend's, cousin's, pet sitter's, roommate, when she was in college."
  • "Fake Or Real? How To Self-Check The News And Get The Facts" NPR, 5 Dec. 2016

Assistive reading, writing and editing technologies:

Log-in Links and Communication Ettiquette

Login Links

Communication Ettiquette

 

Semester Projects:

Fall 2019 Casses and Class Archives Links:

ENF 1 & 2 M & W 9:30 (238)
Eng. 111/ENF 3 M & W 12:30 (233)
ENF 1 T & Th 9:30 (101 Tutor Zone)

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