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ENC1101: Murray

Starting page for all ENC1101 courses

ENC 1101 Prof. Marcy Murray.

Welcome to the Library Guide for ENC1101 Prof. Marcy Murray

I am D.J. Reece, your ENC1101 librarian. If you have questions, you can send me an email at Reeced@scf.edu, or ask for me at the

Bradenton Library & Learning Center, Bldg. 3

Assignments and Guides for ENC 1101 with Prof. Murray 

Assigned Reading

Please follow the links below to access the assigned articles. You will need to log in with your G-number and Pin/Password(last 4 digits of your G-number)

The Tell-Tale Heart by Rick Geary and Poe (graphic comic of the short story)

"Physiognomical Meaning of Poe's 'The Tell-Tale Heart'" by Edward Pitcher

 

Website Orientation

The following document gives you an overview of the SCF Libraries website and where to start your research:

Step 1: Searching Databases

Starting your research:

1) Databases

Databases recommended for ENC1101 are listed in the box below.

Tips! 
  • Use "keywords", combine them and try synonyms.
  • Select FULL TEXT when available.
  • Email the document to yourself or save it to One Drive/Google Docs for safekeeping.
  • Paraphrase, quote, or summarize information and CITE it.
  • COPY + CORRECT the citations (go to the Guide or Ask a Librarian).

Recommended Databases

Films to Stream 

Before you pay for a film on YouTube or Amazon, check with the library and see if we can find it for you for free! 

Recommended databases for the visual art assignment 

Step 2: Searching books & ebooks

Type-in your topic in the box below to search the "Library Catalog".

This "all-in-one search" includes books, ebooks, videos, articles & more:

Step 3: Citing

Documenting your research: Avoid plagiarism!

  • Always cite the sources you use, even if you "paraphrase" (put it into your own words.)
  • If you copy+paste the citation provided in the database's "Citation Tool", check the rules and CORRECT any mistakes.
  • When in doubt... ask a librarian!

Citing Guides

Link to Citing Guides

 

Ask Us