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FYS Exploring the Human Condition (Vecera)

This is a course guide for the First Year Seminar "Exploring the Human Condition" taught by Professor Vecera.

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  • Strategic Communication
  • Journalism
  • Sports Media
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  • Exploratory Communication
  • English
  • Exploratory Studies

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I am also the temporary contact librarian for History and Anthropology.

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Welcome!

Welcome to the LibGuide for the First Year Seminar:

"Exploring the Human Condition"

This guide is meant to help you develop the skills and tools to accomplish your course objectives:

  • To reflect on significant questions about yourself, your community, and your world.
  • To develop the capacity to read and think critically.
  • To develop the capacity to write clear and persuasive expository and argumentative essays with an emphasis on thesis formation and development.
  • To gain an understanding of basic principles of oral communication as they apply to classroom discussion.
  • To understand the liberal arts as a vital and evolving tradition and to see yourself as agents within that tradition.
  • To develop capacities for careful and open reflection on questions of values and norms.
  • To develop the ability to carry out research for the purpose of inquiry and to support claims.

The library (and your librarian) are here to help you! Use us early and often!

Key Resources for your Research

Search the Databases below for research on AI and its psychological, social, and cultural impact.

WorldCat Discovery Search Box

To research Magdalene Laundries in Ireland.  WorldCat (Butler Libraries' Catalog) is a good place to start.

 

Also, check out:  Justice for Magdalenes Research for primary source materials:  oral histories, documents, writings.

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