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GEN 112 Composition II (for Kellett): Home

Guide for Kellett Gen 112-Composition II: Argumentation and Research

Welcome

This guide was created to connect Kellett students in Gen 112-Composition II to the many online research resources available to them. Use the tabs at the top of the screen to access information on:

(Guide creator: Teresa Grimm.  Currently maintained by Jamie Kellner.)

Topic Ideas

Before you select a topic, be sure you understand the assignment requirements. Persuasive paper? Informative paper?  Two pages or ten? These are all factors that will impact your topic choice.

Haven't chosen a topic yet? 

Current news stories and topics from your textbooks that spark your curiosity can be great inspirations for a paper.  Here are some websites that might generate some topic ideas for you:

Unfamiliar with your topic? Gather Background Information

Use Credo Reference to gather background information on your topic before delving deeper.

How to run a Basic Search on Credo (video from Credo).

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