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ARTHIST105: Asian Art & Architecture | Fall 2020 (Wang): Navigating the Research Process: College Level Research Tutorial

Starting points for researching the arts and architecture of China, Japan and India.

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

Recommendation for best success navigating Library resources: Watch all of the videos associated with all four modules. 

NOTE: There are three tutorial videos per module and they are very short. It will be time well spent!