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ENG 101: Scarpinato: Activity 2: Searching for Sources

Searching for Sources on your Film

  1. Using your keywords, use EBSCO Academic to find a relevant, peer-reviewed article that contributes to your understanding of the social issue you're exploring within your film. 

    1. What new knowledge does your source contribute to your understanding of the film and the social issue(s) it explores?
    2. Considering author, source, audience, purpose, and bias (the criteria we explored earlier in class), write down why you consider this a reliable source.

  2. Using your keywords, use Google to find a relevant, internet-based source that contributes to your understanding of the social issue you're exploring within your film.

    1. What new knowledge does this source contribute to your understanding of your film and the social issue(s) it explores?
    2. Considering author, source, audience, purpose, and bias, write down why you consider this a reliable source. 

Discover. Create. Succeed.