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WRTG 105 Sharing Culture: A Dialogue (Armoskaite): Home

Finding Indigenous Sources

It can be difficult to find indigenous sources. 

Your strategy should include finding spaces where their perspective is valued. 

Download this worksheet

Choose one of the following sites and answer the questions below

 

 

1. What topics are highlighted on the site? 

 

2. How can you tell that indigenous voices are honored and respected?

 

3. What terms occur multiple times that might be useful in doing a “typical” library search?

 

4. How does the site clarify what is knowlege, wisdom, or valued information?

 

 

5. Are there suggestions for finding indigenous voices?

 

6. Are there suggestions for citing indigenous voices?

 

Why do we cite?

Formal Assignment 2

Formal Assignment 2 (Annotated Bibliography) Requirements

  • At least 5 peer-reviewed papers
  • Diversity in papers chosen
    • From different authors & different journals
    • At least one paper authored by someone from outside the U.S.

Link to Class Worksheet

Search the library website at: https://www.library.rochester.edu/

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