English Composition 3D: English Composition, Rhetoric, and Language (Spring 2018, Fretz)

Librarian

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Miki Goral
Contact:
220 Powell Library
Tel: 310-825-5096

Connect from Off-Campus or via Wireless On-Campus

Most of the links on these pages go to subscription sources which are accessible from any computer on campus. All campus wireless networks (eduroam, UCLA_WIFI, or UCLA_WEB) provide access to online subscription content.

UCLA students, faculty, and staff can access these sites from off-campus using either the Bruin Online Proxy Server (a simple setting in your browser) or the UCLA VPN Client (a program you install on your computer). To set up an iPAD, follow the instructions for the iPhone. You can also get access through UCLA mobile. As of April 17, 2018, off-campus access will require Multi-Factor Authentication in addition to a Bruin ID and Password.

[NOTE: If you are using a Mac, you may need to use Chrome or Firefox, not Safari, to read some of the pdf material.]

To Google or Not to Google?

The Internet has brought a vast array of information to your desktop. The challenge for students is to identify the relevant sources, get to them easily, and critically evaluate their content. Some of the following websites are licensed for UC users only, others are open to all. Those that are licensed will probably not turn up in a Google search.

This guide will lead you to resources that can help you find material for your assignments. Remember that you can always ask a reference librarian for help.

Quick Links

Need Help with Your Paper?

Need help finding sources for your paper? Not sure you're expressing yourself clearly? Want some guidance on college writing?

If you need help doing research, the Powell Library offers RESEARCH CONSULTATIONS. Book your appointment or just drop in to Room 220 Powell between 10am and 6pm Monday-Thursday, 10am to 5pm Friday. You can also make an appointment with a reference librarian.

If you need help with writing, schedule an appointment with a peer learning facilitator at the Undergraduate Writing Center (UWC).

Bibliographic Management Tools

EndNote and Zotero are bibliographic management programs that will help you organize your references and create bibliographies in 100s of citation styles (e.g., APA, MLA, Chicago, Turabian, etc.)

An EndNote license can be purchased at the UCLA Store for downloading onto your own computer or you can use the web-based EndNote Basic at no cost. The following handouts will help you get started. More information can be found in the EndNote and EndNote Online or Zotero guides.