1. First, review the Virtual Learning Expectations MC2.pdf and, if you weren’t present for the Live discussion at the beginning of class, watch the Guidelines for the Virtual Classroom video. Both are in the main directory of the Google drive.
2. Following the email guidelines presented in class (and in the video), send me an email listing the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places you should look each day at the beginning of class. Then (also in the email), tell me what you should do (where you should go) if CTLS doesn’t appear to be working.
Watch the brief video on plagiarism. Then, in the assignment text box, tell me what you will need to do differently from what you’ve done before in order to protect against plagiarism. If you are completing your assignments outside CTLS because CTLS is down, you may send me your response in an email. Please use the assignment name as the title of your email.
U0L2A3: Documenting a Source
1. In Resources, or on the class web site/Google drive (main directory), locate the Essay Guide (titled Your Essay and Multimedia Project Guide Ver. 9.pdf).
2. Use the Table of Contents in the Essay Guide to find the section titled “MLA Format: Step-by-Step Bibliographic Citations.” The page numbers in the Table of Contents are hyperlinks that will take you directly to the appropriate section if you click on them.
3. In the first unit, we will be using an online version of Beowulf. Click this link to open the text in a new tab: https://www.bpi.edu/ourpages/auto/2017/9/13/42764661/beowulf__raffel_translation_.pdf
4. In the text area for this assignment, use the step-by-step guide and create a bibliographic citation for the online version of the Beowulf text we will be using. Again, if you are completing your assignments outside CTLS because CTLS is down, you may send me your response in an email. Please use the assignment name as the title of your email.