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ENGL 309: Proposals and Reports

Resources to accompany the English 309 course.

Welcome to English 309

Welcome to the Library Guide  for English 309. This guide includes resources to assist you as you complete assignments for the class. The resources are arranged by topic and The course outcomes for the class are listed below.

Course Outcomes:

  • Apply rhetorical (persuasive) principles to grant, proposal, and report writing (CLO1)
  • Understand the generic and conventional requirements of grants, proposals, and reports (CLO2)
  • Implement principles of effective document design and the display of quantitative data for grants, proposals, and reports (CLO3)
  • Understand the influences of organizational settings in the composition of grants, proposals, and reports (CLO4)
  • Understand research strategies for finding and analyzing funding sources (CLO5)
  • Understand collaborative planning and executing of grant, proposal, and report projects (CLO6)
  • Understand how ethical issues influence research and application in your discipline (CLO7)

Navigation is done using the tabs to the left.. The tabs are arranged by broad topics, some of which you may use in more than one assignment during the semester.

What you will find in this guide

This guide will introduce you to the research process:

  • deciding on search terms
  • selecting a article database
  • searching for articles
  • evaluating your results
  • citing sources

It also includes links to article databases and other resources help you find information to complete your assignments.

For questions about:

  • how to complete an assignment, please contact your instructor.
  • finding library resources for your assignment, contact Jeff Kushkowski through the email or appointment links link in the Home tab.