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Writing 101 (Chavez): Welcome!

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this session, you will be able to:

  • conduct successful searches for relevant information
  • identify and use psychology databases, primarily PsycINFO
  • access articles using UC-eLinks/Interlibrary Loan
  • find and access known items
  • organize citations and create a bibliography using RefWorks

These skills will help you complete your assignments in Writing 101, and beyond!


Writing Center

Are you ...

  • developing a thesis?
  • organizing your ideas?
  • incorporating evidence?

Visit the Writing Center for an individual consultation with a peer.




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Roving Reference - Peer Assistance

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Our Rovers are ready to assist you with your library research questions.


 Monday  7pm - 11pm
 Tuesday  7pm - 11pm
 Wednesday  7pm - 11pm
 Thursday  7pm - 11pm
 Friday  2pm - 5pm
 Saturday  2pm - 5pm
 Sunday  7pm - 11pm

For more information, visit Roving Reference.


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