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UGS 302: Dimensions of Adolescent Sexual Health

The professor and librarian worked together during the course design phase to create course assignments that built information literacy skills throughout the more...

UGS 302: Through the Eyes of Children - Youth Across Time, Cultures, and Place

This course required students to do two research assignments. The first, a book review, required students to read a book about a child in another culture and more...

UGS 302: Understanding 9/11

In this seminar, students completed an initial research exercise that required them to find two sources that supported a journalist's reporting on an event more...

AMS 311S, WGS 301, E 314J: American Images: Photography, Literature, Archive

This course met once a week at the Ransom Center to work with primary sources within their archival collections. Questions
about the power of archives to more...

UGS 302: The Mind-Body Relationship in Modern Medicine

This seminar focused on using evidence to build an argument, with several classroom activities and assignments designed to teach students how to find and more...

UGS 302: Time Matters

This seminar required that a different student abstract a reading each week and use that reading and background information to generate discussion questions for more...

UGS 303: Jerusalem

Students deeply engaged with two scholarly sources they chose on a topic related to the course in order to learn how to read and use scholarly sources and more...

UGS 303: Journalism And/In Democracy

In this course, students had to choose 5 newspaper articles about US foreign policy toward Pakistan, conduct an ideological analysis of the coverage and assess more...

UGS 302: Tales of Troy - from Bronze Age to Silver Screen

This course required students to write a research paper, scaffolded through the semester with feedback and revision along the way. The librarian created a " more...