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ESL 096-097-098-099 Transitional, Denise Vaughn: Welcome

Welcome

Students who attend the library workshop will:

  • Recognize the value of using library resources instead of just Googling it!
  • Identify appropriate library search tools for their assignment
  • Use database tools and careful search strategy to find credible sources on their topic

Research takes time!
Be curious   --   Be flexible   --   Be patient

Context

Indian Tribes from class readings and media:
Cherokee  --  Navajo  --  Ojibwe

Topics of interest from class readings and media:

  • tribal law vs. US law
  • education on the rez
  • physical health/health care
  • mental health
  • restoring culture (Gather)
  • disappearing native women (Wind River)
  • reviving languages
  • employment, small business, entrepreneurship

How to Book a Research Appointment

How to Book a Research Appointment