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Cynthia Burton
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Office: Library Main Floor, Reference Area
Phone: 814-332-2982
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What's On the Web?

Case Study: Wikipedia

Exercise: 1. Look up Cross Dressing in the Wikipedia.

 

Class discussion about the record and evaluation of the information.

Look at the Evaluation of Web Resources Tab on your class page for ways to anayse information.

 



Some Web Search Engines to try

 

Blekko Spam free Searching

 

BING

 

GoogleBooks

 

GoogleScholar

Note: click on settings gear at the top of the page; on the upper left hand side, click on library links and add Allegheny College to your profile.  You will be able to  use the "Find article at Allegheny" link resolver to see if Allegheny owns the full text.

 

Plain old Google

 

 

 

Course Basics

FS 101: 16 Modern Sexualities


Professor: Jennifer Hellwarth

Librarian: Cynthia Burton, x2982

Abbreviated Class assignment:

Choose from among the following topics:

 

masculinity

femininity

sexuality

sex and art

gender identity

intersexuals/intersexuality

transgender/transexuality

homosexuality

sex Role(s)

rape/Sexual Assault

cross-Dressing

sexual schemas

 

 

In your paper, you should

 

·  Identify at least three sources of information on your topic found on the web. You may use only search engines if you wish, or you may also use some of the web resources on the library's databases and indexes pages. The three sources must have differing points of view. They may be for differing audiences, or have differing facts, or have differing biases-but they must represent your topic from different perspectives.

 

·  Summarize each site in as full a manner as you can. Check out the web page set up by Cynthia Burton for more ideas on internal analysis of a website. Who is the intended audience? What is the purpose of this site? Answer in as much detail as you can.

 

·  Compare the potential uses of the three sites for an undergraduate student at Allegheny College. Would such a student (you!) need more information than these sites provide in order to write a paper on this topic? From what you know at this time, are there other publications or organizations where you might find out more?

 

 

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