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SLCC Students can submit their original writing through the OCSW Submission Form.  

Users of the OCSW may search and view its contents for educational and learning purposes. Users of the OCSW may not download, copy, or otherwise plagiarize its contents. OCSW contents hold the Creative Commons Attribution—Non-Commercial license. This license lets others re-mix, revise, and build upon the original work for non-commercial uses. (Faculty may contact the SLCC Writing Across the College Director for additional permissions.)

To cite the sources in the OCSW, you must attribute the student author and the OCSW.

Follow the citation templates below and contact the SLCC Writing Across the College Director for author information.

  • APA: Author Last Name, Author First Initial. (Year of Publication) Title. Retrieved from SLCC Open Collection of Student Writing. (Paper ID)
  • Chicago: Author Last Name, Author First Name. “Title.” SLCC Open Collection of Student Writing. Access Date. URL.
  • MLA: Author Last Name, Author First Name. “Title.” SLCC Open Collection of Student Writing. Paper ID:XXXXXXXX. Accessed DD/Month/YYYY.
  • The Rainbow Connection- Queering the Muppets

    Area: Humanities, Program: English, Type of Writing: Essay (Analytical, Interpretive), Course Level: 2000, English Speaking Nativeness: Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: H.E.E.2.N.2.1.1469

    International Film Critique

    Area: Humanities, Program: Humanities, Type of Writing: Critique/Evaluation, Course Level: 1000, English Speaking Nativeness: Multi-Lingual Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: H.H.C.1.M.N.2.1.1409

    Comparison of Historical Documents

    Area: Humanities, Program: History, Type of Writing: Essay (Analytical, Interpretive), Course Level: 2000, English Speaking Nativeness: Non-Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: H.H.E.2.N.2.1.1457

    Unit Report 1 Memory

    Area: Humanities, Program: Psychology, Type of Writing: Reflection, Type of Writing: Response, Course Level: 1000, English Speaking Nativeness: Non-Native, Year: 2019
    Document ID: H.P.R.R.1.N.2.1

    Circuit Analysis: an Op-Amp Based Graphic Equalizer.

    Area: Computer Science, Program: Computer Science, Program: Information Systems, Type of Writing: Report, Type of Writing: Scientific (writing to communicate scientific research results), Course Level: 2000, Year: 2018
    Document ID: CS.C.S.I.S.R.S.2.2.1

    Protect Small Property Owners

    Area: Communication, Program: Communication, Type of Writing: Proposal, Course Level: 1000, English Speaking Nativeness: Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: C.C.P.1.N.2.1

    Where the Rubber Hits the Road

    Area: Communication, Program: Communication, Type of Writing: Proposal, Course Level: 1000, English Speaking Nativeness: Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: C.C.P.1.N.2.1

    Comparative Analysis Paper 1

    Area: Social Sciences, Program: Political Science, Type of Writing: Essay (Analytical, Interpretive), Course Level: 2000, English Speaking Nativeness: Non-Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: SS.P.S.E.2.N.2.1

    Outside Activities Report

    Area: Technical Spec., Program: Criminal Justice, Type of Writing: Observation, Type of Writing: Reflection, Course Level: 1000, English Speaking Nativeness: Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: TS.C.J.O.R.1.N.2.1

    The Unexamined Life is Not Worth Living

    Area: Humanities, Program: Philosophy, Type of Writing: Essay (Explorative), Course Level: 1000, English Speaking Nativeness: Non-Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: H.P.E.1.N.2.1

    Your Knowledge is Your Reality

    Area: Humanities, Program: Philosophy, Type of Writing: Essay (Explorative), Course Level: 1000, English Speaking Nativeness: Non-Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: H.P.E.1.N.2.1

    Frederick Douglass and his Relevant Reading

    Area: Humanities, Program: History, Type of Writing: Essay (Analytical, Interpretive), Course Level: 1000, English Speaking Nativeness: Non-Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: H.H.E.1.N.2.1

    The Fight for a Middle Ground

    Area: Humanities, Program: History, Type of Writing: Essay (Analytical, Interpretive), Course Level: 1000, English Speaking Nativeness: Non-Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: H.H.E.1.N.2.1

    To What Extent Does Your Freedom Go?

    Area: Humanities, Program: Philosophy, Type of Writing: Essay (Explorative), Course Level: 1000, English Speaking Nativeness: Non-Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: H.P.E.1.N.2.1

    Mindless Eating

    Area: Health Sciences, Program: Health Sciences, Type of Writing: Reflection, Type of Writing: Response, Type of Writing: Summary, Course Level: 1000, Year: 2018
    Document ID: HS.H.S.R.R.S.1.2.1

    Funerals that Kill

    Area: Communication, Program: Communication, Type of Writing: Essay (Analytical, Interpretive), Type of Writing: Essay (Argumentative), Type of Writing: Essay (Explorative), Course Level: 1000, Year: 2018
    Document ID: C.C.E.E.E.1.2.1

    Should Abortion be Restricted?

    Area: Humanities, Area: Social Sciences, Program: Political Science, Type of Writing: Essay (Analytical, Interpretive), Type of Writing: Essay (Argumentative), Course Level: 1000, English Speaking Nativeness: Non-Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: H.S.S.P.S.E.E.1.N.2.1

    The United States is in Need of Gun Reforms

    Area: Humanities, Program: English, Type of Writing: Essay (Argumentative), Course Level: 1000, English Speaking Nativeness: Non-Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: H.E.E.1.N.2.1

    Ethical Dilemmas

    Area: Humanities, Program: English, Type of Writing: Workplace (writing specific to the needs of a job), Course Level: 2000, Year: 2017
    Document ID: H.E.W.2.2.1

    Implant Placement and the use of Antibiotic Prophylaxis

    Area: Health Sciences, Program: Dental Hygiene, Type of Writing: Scientific (writing to communicate scientific research results), Course Level: 2000, English Speaking Nativeness: Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: HS.D.H.S.2.N.2.1

    Managing Dentin Hypersensitivity With Fluoride Varnish

    Area: Health Sciences, Program: Dental Hygiene, Type of Writing: Research (writing to present researched information), Course Level: 1000, English Speaking Nativeness: Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: HS.D.H.R.1.N.2.1

    Periodontal Observation and Evidence Based Research

    Area: Health Sciences, Program: Dental Hygiene, Type of Writing: Research (writing to present researched information), Type of Writing: Scientific (writing to communicate scientific research results), Course Level: 2000, Year: 2018
    Document ID: HS.D.H.R.S.2.2.1

    Game Day

    Program: Health Sciences, Program: Occupational Therapy, Type of Writing: Observation, Type of Writing: Reflection, Course Level: 2000, English Speaking Nativeness: Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: HS.O.T.O.R.2.N.2.1

    Deportation

    Area: Humanities, Program: Ethnic Studies, Type of Writing: Essay (Argumentative), Type of Writing: Proposal, English Speaking Nativeness: Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: H.E.S.E.P.N.2.1

    Addiction: Disease or Choice

    Area: Humanities, Program: English, Type of Writing: Report, Course Level: 2000, English Speaking Nativeness: Native, Year: 2018
    Document ID: H.E.R.2.N.2.1

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