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Instruction: COMM 350 (Chung)

Faculty/Staff Name: Sungwon Chung
Email: s_chung@fhsu.edu
Phone Number: 785-628-4448
Department: Communication Studies
Course Name and Number (e.g. ENG 101 English Composition I): COMM 350 Communication Research Methods
How many students are in the class or in each section?: 15
Where would you prefer to hold the instruction session(s)? Please note that the Forsyth Computer Lab has 18 computers with room for an additional 8-10 students to use their portable devices. : Forsyth Library Computer Lab
Please list your top 3 preferences for the date and time of the instruction session for each section. Include the length of time for each session.: (1) Aug 31 (Fri) 8:30 am to 9:20 am; (2) Aug 29 (Wed) 8:30 am to 9:20 am; (3) Sep 5 (Wed) 8:30 am to 9:20 am
Is this instruction session directly tied to a research or similar assignment? : No
What would you like your session to focus on? This is not an exhaustive list. See Forsyth Library's Instruction page for more details on these types of sessions. For all topics, or if you are unsure of a topic, you will be contacted by the instructing Librarian to collaborate with you to design an appropriate instructional session.: Search Strategy , Cite Sources
Have you been in contact with, or worked with, a Forsyth staff member about this session or assignment? : No
Please note any other topics, questions, student accommodations, or ideas here.: Students will have a final group project on writing their own academic (quantitative) research proposal paper. I hope they learn two major parts from this session: (1) How to find peer-reviewed scholarly articles in media, public relations, advertising, or related areas through using FHSU Forsyth Library's search engines (e.g., Ebsco, Proquest, or others). So, search strategies to narrow down their interests or find what they want to find. (2) How to cite peer-reviewed scholarly articles in APA style (both in-text and reference lists).

Friday, August 31, 2018
8:30am - 9:20am
Computer Lab
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