- Overview of MLA general paper format including a sample if you scroll down to the bottom: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/24/
- A detailed visual for you to see what your paper should look like along with very detailed instructions: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/13/
Here is the sheet distributed in class for your summary assignment (part of Essay 1). This is due in class on Sept. 11.Fall 2017 ENG 1101 Summary assignment
Our class OpenLab site will serve several purposes during the semester. The syllabus will be available for you to refer to at any time if you don’t have your paper copy handy. All course materials will be linked here, including readings, videos, assignments, and occasional messages reminding you of due dates or any class changes. You will also be expected to post two OpenLab assignments on your own.
Sign up for OpenLab with your City Tech student email. If you are used to working with WordPress or generally tech-savvy, you will be able to quickly set up your account by using the instructions on the first page: https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu.
A more lengthy tutorial is available here:
The information below is from the City Tech Library website. Please activate your subscription!
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- Go to nytimes.com/passes.
- Click on Register to create a NYTimes.com account using your City Tech email address.
- At the bottom of the Welcome page, click Continue.
- You will then see a Check Your Email message. Look for a Confirm Your Email Address message, which should arrive to your City Tech email within 15 minutes. If you do not get a confirmation email, check your spam filter. If you still do not receive it, send an email from your City Tech email account to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Click on the link in the confirmation email to activate your subscription.
- Once you’ve created an account, always go directly to nytimes.com. Access will simply require your City Tech New York Times login. You will see your subscription as being for “one year,” although it will be renewed as the subscription continues.
Need additional help?
- If you are having problems accessing your Academic Pass, see the NYTimes.com Academic Passes Troubleshooting Guide.
- In addition, extensive help from NYTimes.com is available.
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- If you have an annual subscription to the New York Times with your City Tech email address, you can cancel it and receive a refund. If you already have a monthly subscription, the New York Times will not issue a refund for that month if you choose to cancel the individual subscription.
- If you wish to continue your own access (for example, If you get the print edition with online access), but also want to use the City Tech version, we suggest you move your original subscription to a personal email address.
- If you need more help, contact NYT customer service at 1-800-698-4637, or if you subscribed through iTunes, follow the instructions here.
Limits to content:
- Tablets including iPads. The tablet-friendly version of the New York Times can be accessed via your tablet’s browser.
articles published before 1980 (note that we have full access to
- , with digitally reproduced pages from every issue starting in 1851).
- Premium Crosswords and the NY Times Crosswords apps
- e-reader editions
Your City Tech email is how the College will communicate with you throughout your student years, so it is important to set your account up! If you have not already done so, try these instructions from City Tech’s website.
Go to the “Frequently Asked Questions” and look for Student Email.
This page states:
“In order to access your email account, go to: http://outlook.com/mail.citytech.cuny.edu
Password: It’s your date of birth in a six digit format MMDDYY and the last four digits of your EMPLID. For example: If your date of birth is 01/06/86 and the last four digits of your EMPLID is 1234, then your password is 0106861234 ( no spaces OR dashes)
If this does not work, go to the Atrium Learning Center or the New Student Center on the first floor of the Atrium Building.