In class we listened to a WNYC radio story on Farragut Houses and neighborhood change: Longtime Residents Witness Brooklyn Waterfront’s Changing Fortune. What did you think of the story?
On Monday, groups will present the five (minimum) sources they have chosen for the annotated bibliography. Feedback and discussion will help groups prepare the final version of the annotated bibliography, due Wednesday, 11/11. Each group should produce one annotated bibliography consisting of MLA-formatted citations and annotations for at least 5 information sources that reveal important information about your topic. Groups should consult the annotated bibliography guidelines or contact the instructors for clarification or further information. The OWL has an annotated bibliography guide, as well as an example.
On Friday between 3-5 pm, Prof. Montgomery will lead a visit to the library at the Brooklyn Historical Society, a 5 minute walk from campus at 128 Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights. Bring your City Tech ID for free admission. You may take notes with pencil only, and photograph without using a flash.