BritishLitfortheWin has a new blog address: http://britishlitforthewin.blogspot.com/. If you tried to comment on their blog before and couldn’t (because it was on Tumblr), you can comment now because it’s on Blogger instead.
Here is a link to the MLA Bibliography. I’ll put a link in the sidebar, too.
There are also links available here:
WSU Library Page for English and American Lit: http://libguides.wsulibs.wsu.edu/englishandamericanlit
My page (at the bottom): http://public.wsu.edu/~campbelld/index.html
On Tuesday, bring the laptop day worksheets on citing sources to class. I’ll be asking you the results of your findings, and we’ll go over the MLA Bibliography.
Also, thanks to all of you who uploaded papers to Angel and followed the filename conventions we talked about in class and looked at on the handout. You can see the full online version at http://public.wsu.edu/~campbelld/format.htm:
You’ll submit your paper to Angel, http://lms.wsu.edu, in the Dropbox for that assignment.
Document Format. If you are uploading your paper to Angel, you need to save the paper using Word format (.doc or .docx,) rich text format (.rtf),or .pdf format. The first two are commonly available under the “Save As” function of all word-processing programs. Papers using any other format cannot be read and will not receive credit.
Filename Conventions. All submitted assignment files should follow the naming format as follows: last name, first initial, course number, assignment name. For example, if Joan Smith in English 368 submitted her first paper, it would be saved as SmithJ_368_Paper1.doc.
PLEASE don’t upload your paper under the filename “Paper 1″ or some variation of that. If you think about what it would be like to receive and save 40 files all called “Paper 1,” you’ll see the logic of the filename conventions for the class. Your paper will lose1 point if you don’t follow the filename conventions.