for Geography 111
These resources were prepared and selected
by Deb Peoples, Geography Department Librarian Liaison, to support the
Geography 111 Course Project.
for Evaluating Web Pages
Use this checklist to select web pages for the annotated
bibliography. Issues of accuracy, authority, objectivity, currency,
and coverage are important when determining the usefulness of an information
an Annotated Bibliography
This guide describes the process to follow when
developing the annotated bibliography for the project and includes a sample
and Creating Citations
This guide describes when to cite, where to cite,
how to "decode" citations, and describes the citation style used in this
for Oral Presentations
This guide describes the process of preparing and
delivering oral presentations. Guidelines for preparing visual aids
and handouts are included. The role of the audience is also discussed.
Studies : A Guide to Finding Information
This guide contains a listing of books, periodicals,
web sites, and research databases that will be helpful both in focusing
the topic for the course project and in finding information for the annotated
bibliography, the presentation, and the report.
Subject Headings for Middleton Chapter Topics
Library resources can be located by title, author,
keyword, or subject. When exploring a new topic, subject searches
can be the most effective. However, subject terms are assigned by
the Library of Congress. To find information on a topic, it is necessary
to first determine an appropriate subject heading term. This guide
gives recommended subject heading terms for finding information relative
to the Middleton chapters.
These materials include the handouts, exercises,
and PowerPoint slides used by the librarian during class sessions.
Geography 111 meets 3 times per week for one hour
semester. The information literacy aspects
of this course are included in the regular class sessions.
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Librarian Liaison to Geography
and Environmental Studies
Ohio Wesleyan University Libraries
Last updated 11/25/01.
111 Physical Geography is a faculty/librarian collaboration for course
enhancement with principles of Information Literacy. Support for
this project was provided by the Five Colleges of Ohio Mellon Grant for