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WRT Library Pre-Activity Lesson Plan


This guide is to help all WRT 104 and 106 students after the library session. Use the tabs above to review of all of the major points from the library session to further assist you in the completion of your research project.

    The Goals of the Library Session were:

    I. To learn how to retrieve citations to credible articles published in journals & magazines, and identify them as scholarly or non-scholarly.
    II. To learn how to access those articles from the URI Library.

    The Concept Map Worksheet

      The "Concept Map" worksheet which was provided by your WRT instructor before the library session is attached below. Please feel free to print and use it.

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