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ENC1102 - BC Online

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BC Online ENC1102- Argumentative Research Paper

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The paper must argue for or against something, present a solution to a problem, or defend a position: it may not just present information on a subject. 

1. Chose a topic. Your topic can be either about your major/ field of study or a job you currently hold or want to hold OR within the field of education. (Go to your online course for full assignment details).

Go to: 

The Browse Issues section in the Opposing Viewpoints database

2. Before writing, you must create an annotated bibliography.

Go to:

The Annotated Bibliography page. 


3. Three-to-five (3-6) sources must be used.

Go to:

The Finding Sources page.


4. Your paper must adhere to MLA formatting and contain a Works Cited page.

Go to:

The Citing Sources page for information on MLA Citation Style.


This is a 7.5 min. video on how to find library sources for your BC Online ENC1102 Argumentative Essay.