Heather White: Final Project

Abstract (one paragraph):

Annotated bibliography: Briefly describe your most important secondary sources. As you read through them, update the description to create a one-paragraph review of the strengths and weaknesses of this source (from your own perspective).

Primary sources: briefly describe the primary sources you are using. For example, names of scientific journals, archival collections, popular media coverage, government contracts, interviews, etc.

Research obstacles? Briefly note any obstacles you have encountered in terms of finding sources, interpreting data, narrowing or broadening your topic, etc., or any other areas in which you would like help from your peers. We will brainstorm solutions in class and/or in comments on this page.

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