FYW-1228 Writing Freedom: U.S. Abolition and Social Change

Course Goals, Books,
& Quests

Schedule of
our Journey

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A Writer's Toolkit


Assignment Guides,

Resources & Fine Print

Contact the Instructors

Furman's FYW Program Goals
Course Description, Books, and Assignments


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A Writer's Toolkit

FYW Libguide Library Resource Page for this Course
Furman Writing and Media Lab
MS-Teams Workspace
Electronic Writing Forum and Discussion Board
Chicago Manual Quick Guide
Williams College Guide: Chicago Bibliography: The Basics
 Performing a Writing Self- Assessment (Northwestern U. Writing Center)
Revising Drafts (UNC Writing Center)
Lachance Library Guide:
Although, Nevertheless, Because Thesis Framework
"Five Thumbs" Bibliography-Building Guide
Structured Outlining Guidelines
Determining a Book's Questions and Arguments in an Hour
  Integrative Complexity Guide
Nat'l Ass'n of Colleges & Employers Career Competencies

Assignment Guides, Resources, and Fine Print

Course Description, Books, and Assignments
Grading and Attendance Policies
Provisional FYW Essay Evaluation Rubric
Academic Integrity Policies
ADA Accommodations

Discussion Board Requirements and Suggestions
Biography Essay Guidelines
Term Paper Project Guidelines
Participant Research Journals

Note: The instructor reserves the right to change any provisions, due dates, grading percentages, or any other items without prior notice. All assignments on this schedule are covered under the university's policy on plagiarism and academic integrity. See the syllabus statement for further details. This page was last updated on 8/28/2018.