The Foundations 111 course is designed to equip students with foundational skills in academic inquiry, analysis, argument, critical thinking and discussion, and expression of ideas. Students will cultivate these skills while exploring a set of significant works from literature, philosophy, religion, the natural and social sciences, and the fine arts."
This guide is intended to help guide students to library resources that will assist them as they embark on the readings they will encounter in Foundations 111. You may search these library resources to help you better understand the context of a reading, learn more about the authors or get brief plot summaries. However, these library resources alone will not be enough to complete your assignments. It is important to always read the original work in tandem with such companion research resources.