GSW 1100/1110: Intensive Introduction to Academic Writing/Introduction to Academic Writing: Getting Started
The resources listed on this page will help you to become familiar with your University Libraries at BGSU. If you have questions about the Library, feel free to speak with a librarian in person at the Research and Information Desk.
The textbooks for your class are on reserve in the Jerome Library! Just ask for them at the Circulation Desk and let them know which of these titles you need (you'll be able to use them in the building for 2 hours at a time):
Search for current events or controversial topics to find materials supporting a variety of viewpoints. Includes essays and articles from leading political magazines from all sides of the political spectrum, newspapers, radio & TV news transcripts, primary source documents and reference books. The database also offers guides for writing position papers, developing arguments and debating.
This project at Georgia Perimeter College Libraries contains some great topics listed by discipline. You won't be able to contribute to this project but you certainly can benefit from the topics shared here.