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Research Strategy #1, March 26,2015

My first step to finding an artifact was to go to google and look for my topic. I typed in “sex education in schools” and went through a handful of different options they gave me, most being articles. 99 more words

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Research Strategy

To begin my research, I used academic search premier, a scholarly reviewed article database to find reliable and peer reviewed articles. I played around with key words until I found articles I’d like to read and finally decided on two different searches: rape culture and sex education followed by problems with sex education. 70 more words

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Research Strategy #1 March 26

I started my search through the Google search engine. This week, I wanted to focus on the issues with sexuality education we have in the US so I typed in “problems with sex education”. 112 more words

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Research Strategy #1 3/26/2015

My research was found by first going to Google and simply tying in Sex Education. Finding that my search was too vague, I then included the term… 77 more words

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The more things change, the more they change

I just had the pleasure of spending a couple days hiking around the interior of Catalina Island. The last time I did this was about 23 years ago, when I was a student on an undergraduate field trip for a course in Conservation Biology. 998 more words

Academic Moneyball

Over the past week, I’ve been reading Moneyball, by Michael Lewis.

I’m not a baseball person (though I do keep tabs on football soccer). 730 more words

Library Instruction Programs Conducted for A.Y. 2013-2014

In collaboration with the different colleges and departments, the Library and Learning Resource Center offers Library Instruction Program (LIP) in five levels for the varying information and research needs of students and faculty in the University. 835 more words

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