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Hi there! Welcome to the Undergraduate Writing Program guide for Faculty & Instructors. This is a compilation of online videos and tutorials the LSU Libraries subscribe to that are available for LSU students to use as part of their coursework or as supplemental pieces to their research process. On each of the tabs that you see to your left are a collection of video and tutorials that can be added to research guides made specifically for your class and your learning objectives. Below are some videos on how you can use these materials in your course. You can browse our other research guides or take a peek at our ENGL 2000: English Composition Research Strategies guide (https://guides.lib.lsu.edu/ENG2000) to get a sense of how we can incorporate these videos and tutorials with other materials to create research guides that are student-friendly while promoting information literacy and research skills.
If you have any questions or would like to set up a consultation with me, don't hesitate to reach out (my contact information is also to the left).
I'm excited to work with you AND your students on different approaches to research!
Are you looking for help with your writing? You can stop into a CxC Studio (Coates Hall 151 or Design 215) to connect with a Writing Mentor, or book an appointment online at cxc.lsu.edu/appointment.
NOTE: These tutorials are only available for currently enrolled LSU students, faculty, and staff. When attempting to access tutorials from off campus, users will be prompted to login to their myLSU Account.