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Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project
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Veterans and Warriors Service Learning Project

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A presentation on research and resources for Elaine Fleming's ANI 100, HIS 101 and SOC 200 classes for the Fall 2008 service learning project

A presentation on research and resources for Elaine Fleming's ANI 100, HIS 101 and SOC 200 classes for the Fall 2008 service learning project

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  • 1. Veterans Project Elaine Fleming’s ANI 100, HIS 101, and SOC 200 Fall 2008
  • 2. Where to Find Information
    • Primary Sources
      • Firsthand people, documents, artifacts
    • Print Materials
      • Books, magazines, newspapers, encyclopedias
    • Electronic Resources
      • Databases, websites
    • Human Resources
      • Experts, historians, researchers
  • 3. Primary Sources
    • People
    • Documents
      • Letters
      • Photographs
      • Journals
    • Artifacts
      • Dog tags
      • Medals
      • Souvenirs
  • 4. Print Resources
    • LLTC Library
      • Books set aside on blue cart to be used IN LIBRARY ONLY ; no checkouts
    • KRLS Public Library System
      • Search what’s available: http://kichicat.krls.org
    • BSU A. C. Clarke Library
      • Reciprocal usage agreement
      • Search what’s available: http://bsu.mnpals.net
  • 5. Print Resources: Books
    • May be specifically on topic or conflict:
      • George C. Herring’s America’s Longest War: The United States and Vietnam 1950-1975
    • May be tangentially-related to topic or conflict:
      • “ Patton and M*A*S*H” article addressing Vietnam Era-media portrayal of war from The Seventies: From Hot Pants to Hot Tubs
    • Check the table of contents and the index !
  • 6. Print Resources: Articles
    • Search newspapers, magazines, journals
    • Articles searchable online:
      • Electronic databases available through LLTC
      • Newspapers available online
  • 7. Electronic Resources: Articles
    • Electronic databases available through LLTC
      • EBSCO
      • ProQuest Newspapers
      • INFOTRAC
    • Newspapers available online:
      • DeBahJiMon (ex. May 2008 issue)
      • Anishinaabeg Today
      • Bois Forte News
  • 8. Electronic Resources: Websites
    • List of categorized websites emailed to LLTC ANI100, HIS101, SOC200 lists
      • General veterans information
      • Conflict-specific information
        • WWI & WWII
        • Korea & Vietnam
        • Afghanistan & Iraq
      • Women veterans (especially for SOC 200 and interviewers of women vets
      • AIM (for ANI 100)
  • 9. Human Resources
    • People working with and serving veterans
      • Dr. Lawrence W. “Larry” Gross (White Earth), Assistant Professor of Native American Studies at Montana State University
      • Researching welcoming rituals to help veterans cope with post-traumatic stress disorder and readjusting to civilian life
      • Presented with Jim Northrup (Vietnam vet)
      • Email [email_address]
  • 10. Search Strategies
    • Brainstorm search terms
      • Concept map
      • List words, phrases, people, dates
      • Synonyms
    • Experiment in your searching
      • Search different terms
      • Compare and contrast results
      • Look at terms used by search program, by experts, by academics
  • 11. Strategy: Concept Map
    • Start out with the core of your project
      • Veteran
      • Conflict
    • And make connections or “branch out” to related topics…
    Veteran
  • 12. Search Strategies: Concept Map Branch of Armed Forces Effects on Life Today Personal Motivation Conflict Served Veteran
  • 13. Example SIMPLE Concept Map: Korean War Veteran 1950-1953 President Truman [Veteran] Effects Causes Korean War
  • 14. Search Strategies: List
    • Make a basic list of terms, using the concept map as a guide
      • Korean War
      • President Harry S. Truman
      • General Douglas MacArthur
      • 1950-1953
      • 38 th Parallel
      • Battle of Pusan Perimeter
      • Battle of Incheon
  • 15. Search Strategies: Synonyms
    • If you’re having trouble finding information using a search terms, think about other similar terms that might be used instead:
      • War ≈ Conflict
      • 38 th Parallel ≈ Demilitarized zone (DMZ)
      • Veterans ≈ servicemen (-women) ≈ soldier, marine, naval officer, etc.
      • Battles ≈ campaigns
      • Iraq War 2003 ≈ Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • 16. What Should I Do Next?
    • Selected a veteran to interview?
    • Read up on the conflict?
    • Made up a concept map?
    • Found quality print and electronic sources?
    • Organized your research?
    • Think about what needs to be done, where you are in the process, and what you have yet to do!
  • 17. Any Questions?
    • We are always happy to help! Contact us:
    • Stop by your LLTC Library
    • Call 218-335-4240 or -4241
    • Email [email_address]
    • We can’t do your work for you, but we can help you find the resources to make it the best it can be!

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