The Writing Center
At least ten pages of formal writing on literature, culture, or ideas are required in all sections of Core Literature. Core Literature faculty will guide students in the general planning and execution of this work. However, students who are not fully confident of their basic writing skills are strongly advised to consult the Writing Center, a free individual consulting service on writing maintained by the English Department for Auburn students and graduates. Writing Center consultants are prepared to assist students with all aspects of Core Literature writing assignments. For complete information visit the Writing Center website.
The University provides to all instructors this widely used course management tool, which permits online communication between instructors and students and among students in a class. In managing their courses Core Literature instructors may use features of Blackboard such as the posting of syllabi and/or grades, the transmission of assignments and submission of work, or discussion boards or chatrooms.
Student information for Blackboard
Faculty information for Blackboard
Ralph Brown Draughon Library
With a collection of more than 2,700,000 volumes, the state’s largest (according to the Association of Research Libraries, 2003), extensive electronic access possibilities, a staff well-regarded for helpfulness, and a comfortable modern building, Auburn’s Draughon Library supports Core Literature courses in many ways. These include reserve and e-reserve collections for particular classes, electronic access to a wide array of library materials, individual bibliographical assistance, and comfortable work sites. For information see the library’s homepage.
For more information
Susana Morris, Associate Professor
Coordinator of Core Literature
9004 Haley Center
- Tuesday 11-12:30
- Thursday 11-12:30
Last Updated: July 02, 2014