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CLQ 3190/3191: Environmental Advocacy and Art (Lynn Sondag/Eric Sinrod): Home

This guide is meant to help students with both their PowerPoint Presentations and Integrative paper

Environmental Advocacy and Art

David Maisel, Butte Montana 9, 1989

Assignment Overview

Here you will find the outline for you assignments including both the PowerPoint presentation and the Integrative Paper. For more information, please refer to your syllabus. 

How to Narrow Your Topic

Research is about asking probing questions of the relevant information available in the scholarly literature.  Research can also involve generating your own data and information through personal experience (e.g. structured interviews, oral histories, and surveys).

The process is illustrated in Figure 1.

The Research Process

Figure 1. The Research Process

Welcome!

This will be your one stop shop for information to get you started and help continue your research for the assignments in this course. There are two main section included in this Research Guide: Art and Conservation & Environmental Law/Ethics Presentation and Integrative Paper. You will find the materials that best fits each assignment in it's pertaining section. If you need help with with any aspect of research please do not hesitate to contact me or any available librarian located at the Reference Desk in the Library on the first floor.

 

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