Part 1: By Wednesday, Feb. 3, 10:30am (10 points)
You will e-mail a copy of your revised concept statement to me and Jamie Kohler at McGill Library. She will serve as our liaison for the next part of your research for background material for your documentaries. You did this already! Hooray!
Part 2: Meet in McGill Library, Big Lab
Friday, Feb. 5, 10:30am (25 points)
Goals for the library visit include:
Part 3: Individual Consultations
On or before 5 PM, Friday, Feb. 22 (40 points)
At the end of the library visit, you will schedule a follow up, one-on-one consultation with Jamie Kohler. You will bring your annotated bibliography and seek feedback and advice on how to beef it up and make it better. Remember you are researching for background, potential interview sources, experts, facts, information, color and even artifacts for your documentary. You should be able to discuss or present on your topics as a beginning expert and know much more than I do on the topic.
Part 4: In-class Oral Report with Annotated Bibliography
Monday, Feb. 24, 10:30. (40 points)
You will also submit your updated annotated bibliography (it should have at least a dozen sources listed at this time including the sources previously identified). Submit this to Dropbox on D2L.