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ENG 111: Dual Enrollment: College Composition I (Heritage HS-LO)

This guide has been created by librarians at NOVA to help you find books, articles, videos, and other types of resources related to this program of study. Direct comments to jcombs@nvcc.edu

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ENG 111: Dual Enrollment College Composition I

Consider this research guide your "home base" while you are conducting research for your "Technology and _______" course assignment. You will examine the effect of technology on, or examine the promise of technology for, a chosen career or interest.  If you get stuck or have any questions, contact a librarian using the 'Need Help' box on the left.

For more information about the "Technology and _________" assignment, please contact your instructor.

Dual Enrollment Information

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Option 2: If you’d like written feedback on your paper, you can submit it along with a copy of your assignment guidelines for review. No appointment is necessary. A NOVA tutor will review your paper and give you feedback within three instructional days. If you decide you want more assistance, you can always schedule a one-on-one Zoom session after the review. Submit your completed document and guidelines to tutoring@nvcc.edu or see: Submit a Paper for Review.

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