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FRENCH510/510G: Seminar on Masterpieces of Literature Written in French: African and Caribbean Classics: Navigating the Research Process: College Level Research Tutorial

Research resources for French Literature, with a focus on African and Caribbean classics.

College-Level Research Tutorial

These modules are designed to teach you practices and ways of thinking about information that will allow you to:

  • Transform personal curiosity into college-level inquiry (MODULE 1)
  • Understand and select sources based on their author, audience, and purpose (MODULE 2)
  • Strategically and methodically search for sources to support a specific research objective (MODULE 3)
  • And to share your ideas in ways that do not silence or exploit the work of others (MODULE 4)

MODULE 1: Focusing Your Curiousity

MODULE 2: Thinking Critically About Sources

MODULE 3: Developing a College-Level Search Strategy

MODULE 4: Creating and Crediting

TIPS for Using the College-Level Research Tutorial

TIPS:

For a thorough overview of using Library research resources, your best bet is to watch all of the videos in all of the modules.

For the purposes of your FRENCH510 paper, concentrate on learning the concepts in MODULE 3 and watch all of the associated videos. 

NOTE:

All of the videos are short in length!