It is crucial to your success in this course that you choose a good topic. In order for a topic to work, it must fit the below criteria. If you're not sure if your topic will work for a paper, feel free to stop by the library and to talk to a librarian.
1. You must have some kind of personal connection to/interest in the topic.
2. There must be information written about the topic in academic and scholarly journals.
3. The topic must be specific and not too broad.
4. You must be able to take at least 3 different opinions on the topic.
Below is a list of databases where you can find good sources to support your argument. If you need help searching a database, come by the library! We would love to help you!
Make sure that you don't have any grammatical or spelling errors in your paper. It lessens your credibility as an author. Many instructors use a SPaG (spelling, punctuation, and grammar) sheets when grading your assignments. Download a PDF of the SPaG sheets or visit the SPaG libguide.