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Library Resources for Composition   Tags: basic research, composition, humanities  

An introduction to some of the resources available for research papers and projects in introductory level composition courses.
Last Updated: Nov 12, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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The resources included in this guide have been selected for research in MMA's HC111 composition courses.

We're here to help - if you would like assistance with a paper or project, please contact a librarian!


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    Note Regarding Off-Campus Access

    Most of the Library's electronic resources are available from off-campus!

    To use our resources when you're not on campus, select the database or resource you would like to use, and then log in when prompted using your MMA login and password (the same one you use for FirstClass, etc.

    Consult the instructions on our website if needed, and if you have any problems, please let us know!

    I need background information!

    Just starting out and looking for background information on your topic?

    Try Britannica Online Academic Edition!

    This database is accessible through MARVEL, Maine's Virtual Library, and can be accessed from anywhere in the state of Maine. It's an excellent starting point for general information on a topic - and a safe, reliable alternative to Wikipedia!


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