EG102 Composition II
- Step 1 -Download and print worksheet (don't start it, yet!)
- Step 2 - Watch this video on formulating a research question from the Wilford Laurier University library in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
- Step 3 - Watch this video on using the front side of the Creating a Research Question worksheet.
- Step 4 - Work through the steps on the worksheet to try formulating a research question on your own. If we need to, we will also do one together as a class in the face-to-face session.
- Step 5 - Watch this clever video on generating keywords and using them to perform a search from the California State University, San Bernardino library (special thanks to Bonnie Petry for permission to use the video).
- Step 6 - Watch this video on completing the back side of the Creating a Research Question worksheet.
- Step 7- Try the process out for yourself using one of the research questions you developed on the front side of the worksheet; find the important words and phrases from the question and then list some synonyms and related words.
- Step 8 - (If you need to) Watch videos on using the Discovery Search and Academic Search Premier to review searching for sources
- Step 9 (if you need it) - watch a refresher on how to access databases
If you have any questions or problems with this page, please contact Matt Upson