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ENGL B1A: A Place to Stand: Home

To be used with Beth Rodacker's class


This guide will help you in your quest to research for your paper. Some of the highlights from this guide to watch out for:

  • Resources to select and narrow a topic and research question (Getting Started Tab)
  • Sampling of helpful online encyclopedias from GVRL (Finding Reference Tab)
  • Extensive book lists on the topics of race discrimination, poverty, criminal justice, prison reform and more (Finding Books Tab)
  • Explanation of what scholarly & peer-review articles are (Finding Articles-Scholarly & Peer-Review Tab)
  • Extensive list of topic pages in Gale Opposing Vewpoints and CQ Researcher (Finding Articles Tab)
  • Videos that show you how to use databases (Finding Articles Tab)


Using the BC Library While Off Campus

Interested in checking out books this semester? The Library now has curbside pick-up! You can learn more about it by clicking on the guide below. In addition, there is also information on how to chat with a librarian, rent a chromebook, get Canvas help, and much more!

Click picture to access LibGuide 

Off Campus LibGuide