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Course Objectives (HIST/LACS/WMST 3215 - Roth)
At the end of the library session, students will be able to:
- Identify appropriate databases and other sources of reliable information to complete course assignments.
Goals (HIST/LACS/WMST 3215 - Roth)
Each student will write three (3) primary source analysis papers of 1,000 (4 double-spaced pages).
- 1st paper due: Week of February 9
- 2nd paper due: Week of March 9
- 3rd paper due: Week of April 13
Each student will create a bibliography related to final project. Must include:
- 5 secondary sources that are annotated
- 2 must not come from assigned readings
- 5 primary sources
- 3 must not come from assigned readings
- DUE - Week of April 6
Each student will submit a final project:
Primary Sources, Peer Review, and Writing Help (HIST/LACS/WMST 3215 - Roth)
- Primary sources? Documents or artifacts created during the time period under study. Examples include: diaries, letters, notorial documents, maps, photographs, original works of art (poetry, novels, paintings, sculptures, music).
- Secondary sources? Sources that comment on the primary sources. Examples include: journal articles, books, chapters in books, conference papers.
- Scholarly or peer-reviewed works? Sources that have gone through a rigorous review process from a community of experts to ensure that the works meet standards in the field of study.
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Style Guides (HIST/LACS/WMST 3215 - Roth)
Remember to document the sources you use.
Dr. Roth is requesting that you use "Documentation I: Notes and Bibliographies" system of the Chicago Manual of Style.