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Critical Reading and Writing II - CRWT 102-12

Prof. F. Shapiro-Skrobe

Information literacy session: November 15, 2016


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Slavery in the United States


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With an introduction to the steps in the research process

Navigate the catalog to find books

Find articles by using databases

Evaluate the sources you find

Cite your sources and create a list of works cited using the MLA style format

Animated map of slave and non-slave states in the United States, 1789-1861 http://www.google.com; accessed 10-November-2016

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