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HUMN 4053: Digital Women's History

Schumann Library: Course Guide

Exhibition Video Assignment

It is a good idea to reread the class assignment before embarking on your research. The project requires that you cite and/or show in the video at least six primary sources (texts, maps, photographs, films, prints, posters, banners, etc.). You must also cite a least one scholarly book and one scholarly journal article that is not a class reading. You can cite as many class readings as you wish. The credits must include a bibliography using MLA style.

How to Choose a Topic

The first step is to pick a topic that you would find interesting since you will be spending time researching it.

Encyclopedias for Background Information

Once you have an idea, do a little background research to learn more about it by searching  encyclopedias, the library catalog, or Wikipedia. Here are a few places to begin: