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ENGL 1A curated list

Course Outline of Records:

Between the World and Me- Coates, Ta Nehisi

Film adaptation (CCC)

Book reserve (CCC)

eBook – 1 user

eBook- unlimited (Summary of text)

Rereading America : cultural contexts for critical thinking and writing - Columbo, Cullen

Book- (CCC-stack)

eBook- 1 user

The Word on College Reading and Writing- Burnell, Carol

eBook- unlimited (CCC-OER)

Book- print

MLA Handbook, 8th edition

Book (Print)- (CCC)

MLA Citation Guide- (CCC Online)

Handouts (CCC-print)


1st-year College English Intensive for Multilingual Students (Kadi)  , (DVC) (2021, CC BY-NC-SA)

How Arguments Work: A Guide to Writing and Analyzing Texts in College, (CCSF),  (2021, CCBY-NC) A sample Canvas shell that can be imported, including exercises, quizzes with auto-feedback, annotated sample student essays, and essay assignments with grading rubrics. Available in Commons

The Word on College Reading and Writing (2018, UMN, CC BY-NC)

Writing, Reading, and College Success: A First-Year Composition Course for All Learners (Kashyap and Dyquisto)- (CCSF) (2020, CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)

Writing Skills Lab (Lumen, Various CC licenses)

OER Repositories - English Composition, Critical Thinking, and Literature

LibreTexts: Humanities Download Center (Includes downloadable PDFs, Canvas LMS cartridges, and more for Humanities resources such as English, Rhetoric, and writing)

Lumen Learning: English/Communication resources (Online textbooks and instructor resources)

MERLOT II Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT) is a peer reviewed collection of online teaching and learning materials maintained by the California State University System

Project Gutenberg (Public Domain publications)

Note: The library can buy both print and electronic copies of titles like those listed.  In the past, the library has purchased up to 3 print copies of a reserve title.  We are not able to buy multiple copies of eBook titles. When possible, the library buys eBooks that can have unlimited simultaneous users.  However, per the publisher, some eBooks are limited to 3 or even 1 user at a time.  The library does not buy class sets of books.  For class sets please contact Maritez Apigo for a grant application.