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A research guide for students in EN103 - Andersson

1. Read & Review. Your ENG103 research assignment is available here:

people communicating via many media2. Brainstorm.

The research process starts with an idea.  That idea leads to another idea,  and another, and another.  It's called  brainstorming. There's no rules and no grades for this part of the research process, just thinking!  Click the image at the right or just start brainstorming here!

3. Find & Use Sources. Your research project asks you to tell a story, to make an argument, to convince us your idea is awesome.  Using a variety of sources helps you make the case.

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