You: Before Today
You: After Today
This LibGuide and your class instruction on September 6 will:
Make sure to review the assignment instructions carefully. Ask Dr. Rhodes if you aren't sure about any of these expectations, and contact your librarian (John) if you need help finding sources or how to use them!
Writing Assignments (25 points each, 100 points): The goal of these writing assignments is to practice critically reviewing scientific literature. You will complete FOUR writing assignments over the course of the semester. You will choose a topic covered in class and/or the text and locate ONE primary source (i.e. peer-reviewed empirical article) relevant to that topic. Class time will be devoted to strategies to find appropriate sources. Students will then complete a short review of the article. Your paper should include a review of:
Writing assignments are not to exceed TWO pages (double-spaced, 12 pt. font). Writing assignments will be turned in on D2L at the start of each class they are due (see tentative schedule). Students should take this opportunity to delve into the literature and explore a topic they find intrinsically interesting.