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ENGL 1301 - Comp I - Lynch HYS Fall 2021: General Info

Guide for Hilary Lynch's Fall 2021 English Composition 1 class.

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This guide is prepared for Hilary Lynch's English 1301 Class, Fall 2021, Virtual.

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Welcome Hilary Lynch's English Composition I class! Use the tabs across the top of the page to navigate through the different sections of this guide.

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ACC libraries have scholarly, authoritative, and useful information for all your research needs, in both print and digital form.

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Websites The Web has a lot of useful information, if you know how to discern the dependable sources from the undependable! Government sources and professional organizations can be good starting points.

 

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