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WRTG 105 Sharing Culture: A Dialogue (Armoskaite)

Social Sciences & STEM Librarian

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Andrea Kingston
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Contact:
Learning Initiatives
Rush Rhees Library, Rm. 106
755 Library Rd, Rochester, NY 14627
585-273-3582

Finding Indigenous Sources

Getting Started

It can be difficult to find indigenous sources. Your strategy should include finding spaces where their perspective is valued. This activity will help you get started.

Choose one of the following sites and answer the questions below.

Answer the following questions. (See below for downloadable worksheet.)

  1. What topics are highlighted on the site?
  2. Are there suggestions for finding works by indigenous authors? If yes, provide an example.
  3. Are there suggestions for citing indigenous voices? If yes, what is one suggestion?
  4. Who authored these pages, and how can you tell if they are experts?

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