Category Archives: Library Lectures

Library Lecture : CHS114 B

Today we welcomed Professor Orona-Cordova’s CHS114 B class to the library.
The students are working on a persuasive essay related to an educational issue impacting Chicanos/Latinos.

The guide for the class includes links to ERIC database and reports from the Pew Hispanic Center and UCLA’s Chicano Studies Research Center.

 

Library Lecture : CHS 151

Professor Hererra’s CHS 151 visit the library today for a session to help students locate sources for the Freshman Communication.

Check out the guide for the class and links to the database Opposing Viewpoints for articles, data, images, and viewpoint essays which are helpful for persuasive  and controversial  speech topics.

Another speech assignment for CHS 151 is a speech about a topic related to the Chicano/Latino community.  a great resource for topic ideas is the list of reports from  The Pew Hispanic Center (identity, politics, social trends, elections, country of origin, criminal justice, education, health care, homeownership, immigration, income, language, population geography, population trends, poverty, remittances, school enrollment, technology adoption, unauthorized immigration, voter participation, wealth, work and employment, population projections)

 

Library Lectures : Summer Bridge (2/5/2013)

Professor Guerrero’s Summer Bridge class will visit the library today for a session to help students locate articles about “food and culture”. During this session we will also be tackling the annotated bibliography in APA format.

Check out the guide for the class and links to online tutorials created by our Online Instructional Design Librarian, Danielle Skaggs, and Digital Learning Initiatives Librarians, Laurie Borchard and Anna Fidgeon.