Intro to Ethnic Studies (Fisher): Home

Oral History or Social Issues Research Paper and Presentation

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Ethnic Studies (ES 1)Chief Crane, Potawatomi, holding tomahawk and unidentified Native American man in delegation to Washington, D.C.

 

At the end of this Library Orientation you will be able to:

  1. Form and implement a search strategy. 

  2. Locate and identify appropriate sources of information pertaining to your research topic.

 

Today's Talking Points:

  • Research Matters (Why? Types? How?)
  • Evaluating Sources (popular vs academic; qualitative vs quantitative; applied vs research inquiry; primary vs secondary)
  • Conducting Research @ Chabot Library

 

Chief Crane, Potawatomi, holding tomahawk and unidentified

Native American man in delegation to Washington, D.C, 1855-1865

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