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ENGL 1113 English Composition (TCC): Home

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Welcome to the ENGL 1113 LibGuide!

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NSU Libraries

Library contact info:

John Vaughan Library (Tahlequah)
918-444-3235

NSU Broken Arrow Library
918-449-6459

Useful Information

 Here are some general links to resources you may find useful. 

CLASS DESCRIPTION: Introduction to written argumentation, persuasion, analysis and research through selected literary texts. Designed to reinforce general academic writing and research skills.

Password Manager for TCC Students

Password Manager for TCC Students

Please use this guide to activate your account within the first two weeks of class, before the temporary guest account goes offline.  If you are not able to activate your account, please contact the NSU ITS Service Desk at 918-444-5678.  Please identify yourself as a TCC at NSU student on the Broken Arrow Campus of NSU.

To log in to an NSU computer using the NSU guest account, use the following login information.

User name = guest

Password = riverhawks

(This guest log-in is available for the first 2 weeks of the fall and spring semester)

  1. Open an internet browser.
  2. Go to the NSU Homepage (www [dot] nsuok [dot] edu).
  3. Click “My NSU” in the upper right hand corner of the NSU homepage and click the “Password Manager” link on the next page.
  4. Type in your information

Banner ID#(T Number)  I.E. “TXXXXXXXX”
Date of Birth: (MMDDYY format)
Last Name: (Surname)
Enter the code shown

  1. Click Next
  2. Select a secret question and type an answer
    (This is in case you later have to reset your password)
  3. Click Next
  4. Now, you may view your NSU UserID and create a new Password. This UserID will allow you to gain access to NSU computer systems, email, and other resources. Do NOT share your password with anyone. Passwords MUST be 8 characters or more, and MUST contain a combination of letters AND numbers.
  5. Write down your USERID and save it in a safe place.
  6. Retype your password to confirm

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Sarah Burkhead Whittle
Contact:
John Vaughan Library 214D
918-444-3262