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Welcome to Library Research Sessions for PSY 200 (Padgett) Fall 2022!
Session will be released weekly during the first five weeks of the semester.
- Week 1 (11:59 pm, Thursday, 9/1/2022)
- Week 2 (11:59 pm, Thursday, 9/8/2022)
- Week 3 (11:59 pm, Thursday, 9/15/2022)
- Week 4 (11:59 pm, Thursday, 9/22/2022)
- Week 5 (11:59 pm, Thursday, 9/29/2022)
Week 3 & 4 Grades (2022-09-26)
- Grading for Weeks 3 and 4 will be completed and sent to Professor Padgett end of day, Monday, 9/26/22.
Week 4 = Lesson + Assignment Combined (2022-09-12)
- Unlike previous weeks, Week 4 and Week 5 will use a different platform, so things will look and operate a bit differently.
- Also, Week 4 (and Week 5) will have its lesson and assignment combined together into one. (Week 4 = lesson + assignment. Week 5 = lesson + assignment.)
- Apologies if my explanation sounds confusing, but it should make sense once you access the lesson + assignment for each week.
Assignments Grading (2022-09-01)
- Grading of assignments will occur only after their due date has passed
- Week 1 will be graded beginning tomorrow, September 2nd, and conclude over the weekend
- Results are shared with Professor Padgett by the following Monday (or Tuesday, in the case of a holiday)
- UPDATE (9/6/22): Week 1 grading will be sent to Professory Padgett on Wednesday, 9/7/22.
Week 1 Assignment Correction (2022-08-28)
- Unfortunately, the "article on critical race theory in the black athletic sporting experience published September 2020" needed for the last three questions of Week 1's assignment is no longer available.
- Therefore, everyone will receive full credit for the last three questions, regardless of your answers.
- However, please make sure you understand:
- How to find an article's PERMALINK and how to use it get back to an article again.
- How to find an article's DOI number, if it has one.
- How to use the subjects listed in an article to easily find other articles.
Links to all the necessary resources will be listed and updated under Resources.
Help is available from librarians on this and other research topics during weekdays.
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