Assignment

Finding Sources and Annotated Bibliography Fish Bowls

Submitted by Aisha Conner-Gaten on April 25th, 2017
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Short Description: 

A two part instruction session that uses the "fish bowl" method, or students as instructors, to find scholarly sources and complete an annotated bibliography citation.

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Introduction Slide for Projector and Whiteboard signsDownloaded 44 times63.81 KB
Instruction Session Overview and ScriptDownloaded 55 times16.6 KB
Fishbowl Activity Task 1 WorksheetDownloaded 52 times68.92 KB
Fishbowl Activity Task 2 Worksheet Downloaded 41 times124.57 KB
Learning Outcomes: 

In this session, students will:
- find scholarly sources using the library catalog or discovery service
-create a citation using a citation style
-learn the parts of an annotated bibliography
-create an annotated citation

Discipline: 
Women's Studies

Individual or Group:

Course Context (e.g. how it was implemented or integrated): 

This instruction session was created to support a Women and Gender Studies assignment that includes a 5-6 page paper on a topic related to race, sex, and gender and two annotated bibliographic citations of 100 words or less.

Potential Pitfalls and Teaching Tips: 

If students do not yet have topics, construct at least 3 examples for use.

Suggested Citation: 
Conner-Gaten, Aisha. "Finding Sources and Annotated Bibliography Fish Bowls." CORA (Community of Online Research Assignments), 2017. https://www.projectcora.org/assignment/finding-sources-and-annotated-bibliography-fish-bowls.