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Assemble background information on a company or organization in preparation for a hypothetical interview. For those continuing in academia, research...

Students write the executive summary of a grant proposal, by doing research for the problem statement or statement of need section as well as the measurable...

Students do outside reading of sources they identify and evaluate themselves and use the information they discover to inform an in-class discussion of the...

Using credible sources, students write or update a Wikipedia entry relate to the course topic. Students can first evaluate the sources used to create the...

Students select sources on a topic and then cite, summarize, evaluate and reflect upon each source.

Students conduct the research for a paper except for writing the final draft. At various times, students are required to turn in 1) their choice of topic; 2...

Students select a topic and compare how that topic is treated in several different sources.

Students find a popular and scholarly article on a topic related to the class, briefly summarize the articles and describe how they differ. They can also be...

Students read an editorial and find facts to support it. The instructor can also have students write an editorial and attach the research they did to...

Students analyze a primary and secondary source on a course-related topic and reflect upon the differences between these types of sources.

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