WR 121/122 Guide

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Information Literacy Outcomes for WR 121/122

Students taking Writing 121/122 should be able to successfully do the following:

  • Recognize when information is needed to complete specific exercises/assignments
  • Identify the various types of materials appropriate for use in a college-level research paper
  • Identify the necessary tools/databases/search engines needed how to access specific types of research materials
  • Use keywords, boolean operators, and truncation symbols to search various databases/search engines
  • Appropriately incorporate research information into a written text and cite correctly in MLA or APA style
  • Correctly create a list of references in APA or MLA style

Refer to the tutorials in the left-hand column if you require a refresher in any of these skills