Research Projects for College Students: What to Write Across the Curriculum

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Greenwood Press, 1988 - Education - 141 pages
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This book helps college instructors in all disciplines design library research projects that students will enjoy writing, and faculty will enjoy reading. It is a librarian's contribution to the literature of the Writing Across the Curriculum movement. The ideas and techniques presented are offered not as prescriptions, but as starting points for the construction of projects to meet the needs and use the resources of a wide range of curricula, students, faculty, and libraries. The book helps instructors desing appropriate undergraduate library research projects with specific practical suggestions for selecting and assigning topics and for fully utilizing available library resources. The author also suggests meaningful ways to teach scholarly documentation, and to design plagiarism-proof assignments. Appendices include tips for grading research papers, sample research worksheets, and a sample selection of topics.

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Objectives for Research Assignments
Structuring the Assignment and Choosing the Topic
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About the author (1988)

MARILYN LUTZKER, Professor in the Library at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York.

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