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CM 223 - Argumentation & Debate Research Guide: Home

This guide has been created for students in Professor James Janack's Argumentation & Debate course.

Welcome

Welcome to the CM 223 Argumentation & Debate research guide.  This guide includes tools and resources to help you complete research for your value arguments and policy debates.  Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

 

RELEVANT ASSIGNMENTS
1) Value Proposition (March 31-April 14)
2) Policy Debate (April 27-May 7)
> 6 references and annotated bibliography for both

AGENDA FOR CLASS
Goals

  • Get ideas for how you might approach research for your value proposition and policy debate assignments
  • Practice evaluating sources and identifying criteria to use
  • Make use of mind maps to organize your ideas 

1) Discuss Sample Topic

2) Source evaluation activity
3) Key library resources
4) Mind mapping demo

5) In-class research

  • Practice searching using strategies and sources shared in class
  • Try out mind mapping tool to help organize ideas
  • Save and cite sources for References and Annotated Bibliography

 

 

 

 

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Nancy Schuler
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Electronic Resources, Collection Development, and Instructional Services Librarian (CRA)
Eckerd College Library
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