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ENC1101 | Professor Calderin: Welcome

This guide contains resources for students of Prof. Victor Calerin's ENC1101 Virtual Course

Professor Victor Calderin's ENC1101 Course

Welcome to ENC1101

Welcome to ENC1101 with Professor Victor Calderin. This is the first required general core course in college-level writing. The course focuses on composing essays and other works using various methods of development. It also fulfills the Gordon Rule requirement.

Information pertaining to the course, assignments, grading, and other information can be found on Blackboard.

Blackboard Collaborate sessions will also be available throughout the semester where you can virtually "meet" with Professor Calderin, tutors, and librarians.

Incorporating Research Into Your Paper

Once you've decided on your thesis statement, a great place to continue your research in order to incorporate scholarly, peer-reviewed articles into your research paper is through your college library and with your campus librarian. The MDC collection includes numerous databases containing articles as well as physical and electronic books on a variety of subjects.

MDC Learning Resources Library Page

Research Paper Assistance

Professor Calderin and the Learning Resources staff invite you to a short two-hour Research Paper Workshop from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM on Saturday, April 13th in room 1406 at the Hialeah Campus.

We will be discussing best practices for completing your final assignment.  If you plan to attend in person, please send RSVP to Prof. Calderin via email. Snacks and refreshments will be provided. We will also broadcast via our Open Collaborate Room for those who cannot join us in person.