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Information Cycle ActivityPurpose:This activity is designed to give you a chance to explore the library resources and theway different types of sources address a specific topic depending on their distance intime from the event.Understandingthe information cyclewill help you become more experienced withacademic research, and I hope it will help you become a more savvy consumer of news.Watch the video linked above! It will help you understand what we’redoing.The event we’ll be looking at is the signing of the Paris Agreement, aka theParis Climate Accords.December 12, 2015PART 1(scroll all the way down for part 2)1.I have created a timeline for each class using Padlet. Here is a chart of links -- pleasefind the Padlet link that corresponds with your course section number.SectionPadlet link50/50R (8am)54 (11am)59 (1pm)41/42 (online)2.You will work with your writing group. Each group has been assigned a specific timeperiod:Create a post to use to communicate with each other.

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