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Week 5
(2/28-3/4)
Questions on the lit review
3/1
What are the keywords you are using to find information? What disciplines are you searching in for your sources?
3/2
Who are what sources disagree with your perspective?
3/3
What controversies did you find in the 'literature'? How did this change your focus?
3/4
Information seeking - how did it go? Did you find a broad enough range of sources to cover the topic? Was your search narrow enough to exclude irrelevant material?

Week 4
(2/14-18)
So, Last week we discovered a huge gap in the research process. The significance of the "working knowledge" became more critical to refining your research question. This week (2/14) we need to gain serious control of our topic, working knowledge, our handle on the research model, and a really good question. Your Annotated Bibs are due this week please use OWL to figure out what you need.
2/15
Post three, new bits-o-information you gained from the "Working Knowledge" process. aka New things that will offer a new direction in your research.
2/16
Triage Reading - How will you use Triage reading outside of your SYP work?
2/17
Rough Writing - List three strategies you have for efficient note taking
2/18
What questions do you have about the Lit Review?

WEEK 3
Date
Questions regarding ARW 2 - post answers, comments, questions in the discussion board above
2/7-8,9
Working Knowledge -Regarding your SYP topic, post your Working Knowledge, "who, what, when, where, and maybe even why and how" in no more than 7-9 sentences
2/8,9
Research Model


WEEK 2
DATE

QUESTION - post answers, comments, questions in the discussion board above
1/31

Review the ARW1 page on the wiki. Understand the basic process we've outlined for starting the research project. Tonight, answer the
following question regarding the PURPOSE of your research - "WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF YOUR RESEARCH?" - in no more than three sentences.
2/1

Who would you like your paper's AUDIENCE to be? and WHY?
2/2

How will understanding SCOPE help you draft a BIG 3?
2/3

Please post a "working draft" version of your BIG 3
2/4

What was the number one 'take-away' from the IRT process? How will that affect your 'revisioning'?





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