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“Quick Start” IRP Tutorial hist285
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I. Research • Identify secondary sources early. • Scan for basic information relevant to your interests. • Check the foot/endnotes to identify primary sources and other secondary sources. • Consult reference works as needed (encyclopedias, technical handbooks, etc.). Note: these don’t count as sources. • Contact relevant archives and museums for help.
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II. Proposal • A single document consisting of an abstract (200-250 words) and a bibliography. • Abstract: must indicate how the topic relates to the course, have a clear hypothesis (thesis statement), and indicate what sources you plan to use. • Bibliography: clearly differentiate among primary, secondary, and reference works. • Load up to TurnItIn portal on Vista by start of class, 10/17. • Worth 10 pts, will be graded by above criteria. See also grading rubric on Vista.
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III. Presentation • Sign up for presentation date ASAP. • Your selection indicates your choice of topic, theme, or
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