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ENG 215, Strategies of Academic Writing

Support for research and writing assignments in ENG 215.

Welcome Student Writers

This guide is specifically designed to assist students in ENG 215, Strategies of Academic Writing, with your writing assignments in the class.  But it cannot answer every question you may have as you do your research, so take advantage of the options the ASU Library has available to you for getting help when you need it.  

One of our most popular services is our "Ask a Librarian" online chat service.  You will find a librarian ready and willing to help you at any time you are online and need a question answered, directions on how to navigate the ASU Library's systems or research advice.

If you have time to wait for an answer you can always send me an e-mail and I will be happy to help.  I can be especially useful if you need assistance thinking through your research topic and the best resources and strategies to use.  I can't guarantee immediate responses, but I will get back to you as soon as possible.  

The rest of this page has general information about the ASU Library and some useful resources for all students.  

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