FYSE 1424 - Science & Democracy
This activity will walk you through the process of using library tools to gather information across different types of resources. In the process of working on a research project, you will need to consult and use a variety of resource types:
* Primary sources
* Secondary sources
* Reference works (e.g. encyclopedia articles, aka 'tertiary' sources)
* Scholarly articles (e.g. from scholarly, peer-reviewed journals)
* Popular articles (e.g. from magazines or newspapers)
You will use these different sources in different ways, and you will use different tools and strategies to find and evaluate these sources.
For this exercise, we will be focusing on your individual topics for your Research Paper, even if they are tentative topics or need further development.
You will be working in pairs, but working on only one of your topics. Please use the topic of the person whose birthday adds up to a higher number. For instance, my birthday is March 10, 1981, so I would get (3 + 10 + 1981 = 1,994).
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Please feel free to ask Ryan questions during this activity - he's your librarian!
You'll be submitting your answers, and you'll be able to see other folk's answers at the end, but this is all anonymous.
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