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Did you miss Library Day this morning? You can STILL GET CREDIT!!!

Watch one of the videos and write a quick summary as a reply and you will get credit for attending Library Day!

The College buildings are closed, but the City Tech Library is open 24/7 online:

https://library.citytech.cuny.edu/

Everyone can access short library video tutorials to learn how to connect from off campus, find books and articles, cite your sources, and more:

https://library.citytech.cuny.edu/orientation/

If its your first time using the City Tech Library, watch this web comic to learn about how libraries support your research:

https://youtu.be/FVrbthseTLO

Have a topic but aren’t sure how to get started with your search?  Develop your research strategy:

https://library.citytech.cuny.edu/tutorials/strategy.html

Choose a database:

https://library.citytech.cuny.edu/orientation/choosing-the-right-database

When you find an article you want to download, you’ll log in with your CUNY First ID.

Learn how to evaluate online sources of information in:

https://library.citytech.cuny.edu/orientation/evaluating-online-sources

Learn about the different types of academic information sources in the Library and how to find them:

Finding ebooks:

https://library.citytech.cuny.edu/orientation/finding-ebooks

Learn about Academic Sources:

https://library.citytech.cuny.edu/orientation/academic-source-2

Another way to view all of the library tutorials is via our You Tube channel:

https://www.youtube.com/usertechlibrary/

The ENG 1101 research guide is here:

https://libguides.citytech.cuny.edu/eng1101

The Citation and Formatting guide offers annotated bibliography help:

https://libguides.citytech.cuny.edu/citations

When you have questions, you can chat with a librarian anytime.  Ask a Librarian chat is available 24/7 at cityte.ch/askus or from the Library website.  We welcome all questions related to library research, library access, electronic resources, and more.

WHAT ON EARTH ARE WE DOING THIS WEEK?  OCTOBER 18, 2020

READ

James Baldwin, “A Talk to Teachers” (1963) Raoul Peck, I Am Not Your Negro (Baldwin documentary)

Unit 2 Project – POST A BRAINSTORM ABOUT YOUR TOPIC —- Why does it matter to you?

Come to library day Wednesday at 11am and learn about engaging with secondary sources; annotated bibliography and research methods discussion; genre awareness continued…

·       Write a brief (1 paragraph) letter to our class about your proposed topic for Unit 2: what it is, why you’re interested in it, what you think or know about it already, and some potential questions you have. Include a preliminary list of sources in different genres that you plan to consult

·       Respond to 2 classmates’ poems on OL

·       Read at least two of your colleagues’ proposals, and comment on them. Think about the kind of feedback that might be helpful to you as you embark on this project (narrowing down topic, possible source suggestion, something you find cool or interesting about the proposal).

·       Read and consider your proposal feedback but keep in mind you as the author retain ultimate control over the direction you pursue

·       Watch Baldwin documentary I Am Not Your Negro (available on Kanopy, free with your City Tech ID card #)

·       For OL: What are two quotes you found important in Baldwin, and why?

Library Day Wednesday at 11

Bring your questions about UNIT 2!!! This is your chance to ACE that project!

 

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