Resources in this guide have been compiled here specific to your HIS 398 class. Content found on pages on the left side of this guide include popular library databases, links to open digital collections, guides on library resources, and information on citations.
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Thinking/Creating--Transform what you learn from others into knowledge of your own making
Reading/Understanding--Read, view, interpret, analyze, and critique material from sources to construct your answer to the question
Writing/Sharing--Compose, produce, revise and present your answers and learning to others as a disciplined contribution to knowledge
Integrity and Participation in a community of scholarly practice
Integrity--Treat your field of study, your sources, your own thinking and your audience members fairly and with respect
Participation--Repeat the process with increasing difficulty and diversity of the underlying tasks so that you progress from being an outsider, to joining a community as a novice and finally to becoming a full member of a discipline