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Prof. Wineberg - ENG 101 - Spring 2019: Home

Assistant Professor/Electronic Resources and Technical Services Librarian

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Jessica Tagliaferro
Harold L. Drimmer Library
Room 132

What's in this Guide?

This guide will help you find information for your Essay Assignment #2 (Annotated Bibliography - Due Feb. 26) and Essay #3 (Synthesis - due March 10), including books, ebooks, articles from library databases, videos and websites. Use the Tabs above for the following: 
  • Get topic ideas and get started using reference books.
  • Find books & ebooks by searching the Westchester Community College Library and beyond. 
  • Find articles from academic journals, magazines and newspapers by searching the library databases. 
  • Watch films and videos in the Westchester Community College Library and stream for free online.
  • Find quality websites with criticism and analysis.
  • Learn how to evaluate and cite your sources in MLA Style. 

Types of Sources - Internet/WCC Database

Caption: Examples of research sources: Council on Foreign Relations, WCC Database Opposing Viewpoints Entry.