"You will support your argument with information, discussion, and analysis of evidence from at least 5 research sources—one of each of the following: 1) a peer-reviewed academic book or article; 2) an article from a magazine or newspaper; 3) an encyclopedia or reference source; 4) a personal interview or autobiography; 5) a documentary film or video."
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Welcome to the Chabot College Library Guide to Instructor Abramowitsch's English 1A class!
Here's some important information about the library you might need for this class and for future classes at Chabot.
Visit the library website at https://www.chabotcollege.edu/library/
If you have any research questions or just get stuck at the library, come talk to the librarian at the reference desk.
We are on duty during all library open hours. If you even have questions at home, you can contact a librarian during open hours at (510) 723-6764 or (510) 723-7006, or go to Chat with a Chabot Librarian.