This course introduces basic human communication principles and theories embedded in a variety of contexts including interpersonal, small group, and public speaking.
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Use the navigational tabs above to find the course modules for your assignments and various resources that can help with your course assignments.
The information on this page is meant to orientate you with the requirements of the course.
The Centers for Learning Excellence (CLE) is all about student success, and successful students work with tutors to gain a deeper understanding of course concepts, writing, APA citation style, time management and more! Schedule an appointment to meet with a tutor today!
The South Texas College Library has self-paced, interactive tutorials that help students and faculty successfully utilize library resources. Learn more about the library, how to search for information, and how to avoid plagiarism by following writing and citing best practices.
Some examples include:
For curated content for all things History, see our Communication Research Guide (Will open in a new tab).
Discovery Search is available from that page, so there's no need to go back to the Library's website.
Find a list of databases best suited for Historical research and some featured graphic novels!
Not sure what citation style to use, or even how to cite books, artwork, and videos in MLA, APA. and Chicago? Check out the Writing & Citing Guide (Will open in a new tab) for assistance with these areas.
There are also several how-tos from the Purdue Online Writing Lab, and several tools for generating proper citation/bibliographies.