HCCS Open Lab locations may be used to access Eagle Online Canvas or the Learning Web. When accessing the Internet, it is recommended that you use FIREFOX or CHROME . Scoring Rubrics, Sample Assignments, Other Resources Look on your course website for the scoring rubrics for assignments, samples of class assignments, and other information to assist you in the course. Instructional Materials Course Reader Information N/A Other Instructional Resources Tutoring HCC provides free, confidential, and convenient academic support, including writing critiques, to HCC students in an online environment and on campus. Tutoring is provided by HCC personnel in order to ensure that it is contextual and appropriate. Visit the HCC Tutoring Services website for services provided. Libraries The HCC Library System consists of 9 libraries and 6 Electronic Resource Centers (ERCs) that are inviting places to study and collaborate on projects. Librarians are available both at the libraries and online to show you how to locate and use the resources you need. The libraries maintain a large selection of electronic resources as well as collections of books, magazines, newspapers, and audiovisual materials.
Fall 2019 3 The portal to all libraries’ resources and services is the HCCS library web page at . Supplemental Instruction Supplemental Instruction is an academic enrichment and support program that uses peer-assisted study sessions to improve student retention and success in historically difficult courses. Peer Support is provided by students who have already succeeded in completion of the specified course, and who earned a grade of A or B. Find details at - students/supplemental-instruction/ . Course Overview for ENGL 1301 English 1301 is A three credit hour course devoted to improving the student's writing and critical reading. Writing essays for a variety of purposes from personal to academic, including an introduction to argumentation, critical analysis, and the use of sources. Core Curriculum course. Core Curriculum Objectives (CCOs) for all ENGL Core Courses ENGL 1301 satisfies three (3) hours of the communication requirement in the HCCS core curriculum. The HCCS English Discipline Committee has specified that the course address the following core objectives: ● Critical Thinking : Students will demonstrate creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. ● Communication : Students will demonstrate effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral, and visual communication. ● Personal Responsibility : Students will demonstrate the ability to connect choices, actions, and consequences to ethical decision-making.
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