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ENG 111 - Eakins Fall 2022

Resources for students in ENG 111 (Composition) with Professor Eakins during the Fall 2022 semester.

What is Peer Review?

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

If you find an article that you believe will be useful for your research and it is behind a paywall, please submit a request for the article via Interlibrary Loan. You can complete the ILL form here:

Articles are scanned and shared as PDFs. Typically you'll receive your article within 48 hours and then the PDF is yours to keep. There is no charge for ILL requests and no limit to how many requests you can make.  

Need help? Just ask! Librarians can typically determine whether or not we have full-text access to an article very quickly. If we don't have it, we'll help you complete the ILL form. 


What kind of resources do I need?

Professor Eakins has asked that for your Proposal Argument assignment that you include:

"2 Academic Journal Articles, 2 Books, 2 Periodicals, 2 Social Media, 2 Library of Congress (Bills or Supreme Court Cases)."

Below are lists of some recommended databases and publications to get you started. The Library's Discovery Search is also a good place to start searching, as it searches nearly all of the library's databases and physical collections.

Academic Journals


Use the links below to access books that W&J does not own:

Geotom Catalog

Use the search box below to search for books and eBooks in W&J's catalog.  


Learn more about your library account

Social Media


Library of Congress