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WRI 102-D, First Year Writing II, Professor Susan Sullivan: Home

Thesis-driven research paper on a topic in health & medicine, or popular culture.

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Online Access to Sawyer Library Resources

In order to help facilitate the transition to online classes, this guide to library resources has been designed to support students who are working on their thesis-driven research paper for WRI 102-D.

The library resources presented on each of the following tabs are appropriate for finding secondary sources to support the argument / thesis presented in your essay.

Current students have access to the online resources from off-campus. At the point of clicking on a link to an online source, users should expect to be prompted for their Suffolk University username and password. This authenticates the user as part of the Suffolk community, and grants access to the online database.

Questions? Feel free to contact the Sawyer Library Reference Desk at:

sawlib@suffolk.edu !

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