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FYS 101: The Power of Everyday Stories (Mould)

Resources for Project in FYS 101: The Power of Everyday Stories taught by Tom Mould

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FYS 101: The Power of Everyday Stories (Mould)

This LibGuide serves to assist students enrolled in FYS 101: The Power of Everyday Stories taught by Tom Mould during the Fall 2020 semester with their course research project. (For more details on the project, see the course syllabus and project prospectus).

The contents of this LibGuide include (accessible via the tabs to the left): 

  • Research Strategies: Guidance on primary versus secondary sources and different types of periodicals
  • Keyword Searching: Tips on controlled vocabulary and keyword searching, using the Library's online catalog, and a selection of suggested search terms for your project
  • Library Resources: A selection of resources available through the Library and other websites including databases, newspapers, and political speeches
  • Citing Sources: Information on citing sources in papers, specifically Chicago Style
  • Evaluating Sources: A method for evaluating information sources known as the CRAAP (Currency, Relevance, Authority, Accuracy, Purpose) test

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