This is where you can find the documents you need for homework and your library class.

Subject Guides

Instructions

Click on the heading for your class below (choose your professor and class time).

Sullivan, MWF 8:00

Click on the links below to open the readings and worksheets you'll need for your library class. Trouble opening them? Ask a librarian.

To do for homework before your library class:

Topic Worksheet

To do in your library class:

In-Class Exercise

To complete after your research paper is done:

Reflection

Sullivan, MWF 10:30

Click on the links below to open the readings and worksheets you'll need for your library class. Trouble opening them? Ask a librarian.

Homework for before you come to the library:

Print out, complete, and bring to the library class: Topic Development and Considering Alternative Viewpoints worksheet

Read "Evaluating an Argument" PowerPoint

Skim this article, making sure to read the annotations (hover your mouse over the highlighted parts): Christopher J. Ferguson et al., "Personality and Media Influences on Violence and Depression in a Cross-National Sample of Young Adults"

To use in your library class:

Article: John P. Murray, "Media Violence: The Effects Are Both Real and Strong"

Evaluating an article worksheet

In-class exercise (start in class, finish as homework and turn into your professor at the next class)

To complete after your research paper is done:

Reflection worksheet 

Green, TTh 8:00

Click on the links below to open the readings and worksheets you'll need for your library class. Trouble opening them? Ask a librarian.

Homework for before you come to the library:

Print out, complete, and bring to the library class: Topic Development and Considering Alternative Viewpoints worksheet

Read "Evaluating an Argument" PowerPoint

Skim this article, making sure to read the annotations (hover your mouse over the highlighted parts): Christopher J. Ferguson et al., "Personality and Media Influences on Violence and Depression in a Cross-National Sample of Young Adults"

To use in your library class:

Article: John P. Murray, "Media Violence: The Effects Are Both Real and Strong"

Evaluating an article worksheet

In-class exercise (start in class, finish as homework and turn into your professor at the next class)

To complete after your research paper is done:

Reflection worksheet 

Green, TTh 11:30

Click on the links below to open the readings and worksheets you'll need for your library class. Trouble opening them? Ask a librarian.

To do for homework before your library class:

Topic Worksheet

To do in your library class:

In-Class Exercise

To complete after your research paper is done:

Reflection

Field, MWF 9:15

Click on the links below to open the readings and worksheets you'll need for your library class. Trouble opening them? Ask a librarian.

Homework for before you come to the library:

Print out, complete, and bring to the library class: Topic Development and Considering Alternative Viewpoints worksheet

Read "Evaluating an Argument" PowerPoint

Skim this article, making sure to read the annotations (hover your mouse over the highlighted parts, doesn't work in Chrome): Christopher J. Ferguson et al., "Personality and Media Influences on Violence and Depression in a Cross-National Sample of Young Adults"

To use in your library class:

Article: John P. Murray, "Media Violence: The Effects Are Both Real and Strong"

Evaluating an article worksheet

In-class exercise (start in class, finish as homework and turn into your professor at the next class)

To complete after your research paper is done:

Reflection worksheet 

Field, MWF 10:30

Click on the links below to open the readings and worksheets you'll need for your library class. Trouble opening them? Ask a librarian.

To do for homework before your library class (Print out, complete, and bring to the library class):

Topic Worksheet

To do in your library class (start in class, finish as homework and turn into your professor at the next class):

In-Class Exercise

To complete after your research paper is done:

Reflection

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