The web site below gathers many of the official documents and policies pertinent to ASU. In addition, there is a list of recommended links for learning more about academic integrity.
The ASU Libraries has created a sequenced program of library and research instruction to first-year students across all ASU campuses
WAC 101 and ENG 101 instructors can choose among a suggested set of basic skills tutorials. These cover a wide range of tools, including some general orientation to the ASU Libraries modules. The Library Guide for WAC and ENG 101 is an additional source for your students. It offers basic guidance for library research appropriate for these classes.
The ENG 102/105/108 Guide provides suggested resources for common assignments, how to start researching, citing sources and more. This guide can be used independently and is intended to be a one-stop source for students in these classes.
In addition, we offer and recommend in-person instruction for ENG 102, 105 and 108 classes. See the Contact Information box at right and contact the librarian for your campus.
If you have any questions about library instruction or services for your first year composition classes and students, contact the lead librarian below on your campus.
Julie Tharp, Tempe campus
Dennis Isbell, West campus
Ellen Welty, Polytechnic campus
Alexandra Humphreys, Downtown campus