In this 15-minute video, Jocelyn discusses advanced approaches to literature searching:
In this 25-minute video, Jocelyn offers a demonstration of how a search that applies the principles described in Part 1 might look in the library's Discovery search tool.
In this 10-minute video, Jocelyn offers some guidance on applying APA to your annotated bibliography and research paper projects.
Here are a few resources that will may help with your writing process.
Scholarly Conversation and Citing
This is a collection of resources that Jocelyn put together for a workshop last semester (including the recording itself) on citing and paraphrasing. Please feel free to make use of these materials to learn more about how to summarize and incorporate others' work in your own. This will be most useful for the Research Paper assignment.
How to Write an Annotated Bibliography
A handy resource produced by the librarians at Concordia University
Writing an Annotated Bibliography
This page contains some great advice produced by the Writing Advice centre at the University of Toronto
The following is a series of invitations to enact the concepts shared in the audio and video components above, and to connect with me for one-on-one help!