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U ST 301: Orientation and Introduction to Academic Research

McNair Seminar I

Scholarship as Conversation: You as Active Participant

As a student, you enter the scholarly conversation when ...

...you engage with the ideas you read in the scholarly literature

...you discuss ideas in class or in discussion boards online

...you prepare and give a class presentation

...you read works by others and then write your own paper citing & responding to those works through your own ideas

...you present a poster at a research conference

...you give a presentation at a research conference

Annotated bibliographies & literature reviews show that you understand the scholarly conversation(s) in your field and that you're ready to take on an active role as a participant

You as Peer Reviewer

Group Discussion:  Let's take a look at the following items, with you in the role of a peer reviewer.  What suggestions might you have for the authors of these items?

 

ACTIVITY WORKSHEET: WHOSE VOICES DO YOU ENCOUNTER?

For this activity, you will need to login to your Google account to use this interactive worksheet. When you are finished with all the questions, please submit the form.

Your Librarian

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Susan A. Vega García
Contact:
Head of Instruction
Associate Professor
140 Parks Library
Iowa State University
Ames IA 50011
(515) 294-4052

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