Effective use of the everyday writer handbook: some examples


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Distributed: 10/13/08 Due: 10/17/08



Purpose: In order to continue developing your skill in locating the resources that you will need for research and writing, we will have a second library session with Michelle Twait. This session will be designed to focus on your research project, and this exercise relates to that project.
Tasks:
BEFORE MEETING IN THE LIBRARY PREPARE THE FOLLOWING:

  1. Identify your research question (or, at least, the larger topic out of which you will develop your question). If you really have no idea what you want to do for your research project, it’s okay at this point simply to pick an area of interest within the larger topic of Nazi Germany.

  2. Identify search terms (keywords) that you might use to search for books and articles on your topic.




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