Our second class together will focus on reading and critcally evaluating the sources that you have found.
If you're still looking for material from day 1- fear not! hover over the "Day 1" tab to see all three sub-pages.
By the end of Day 2 you should feel more comfortable with
You should have plenty of time to develop these skills and work one-on-one with your professors and librarian
Last Thursday we got quite a bit done. Go us!
To review: you should feel more comfortable with:
Still have questions? Don't hesitate to ask them!
Hi There! This libguide is designed to accompany the three classes that you will have in the library on January 29th, February 3rd and February 5th. These sessions will help you prepare for your topic narrative. Hopefully these sessions will also help you practice the skills you will need to successfully complete your capstone.
Please don't hesitate to contact your professors, or librarians with questions, comments, or concerns!
Topic Narrative DUE: Tuesday, Feb 10th
The topic narrative should be a four-page essay that offers an explanation of the topic you would like to pursue and the texts and authors you will focus on. Your essay must accomplish the following tasks with as much specificity as possible:
Bring a printed copy to class. We will discuss your narratives in class as a group.