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Blog Prompt…a visit to the library (post 10/12)

For the next blog, you will be required to take a trip to the library and pick up a book, flip through it, read some of its pages, ect.  (There is a floor plan of any floor available at the Reference Desk)  There are two options for the blog prompt.  Option one is more fun and option two is more useful for your final white paper.

POST IS DUE ASAP (Thursday night, April 12, Friday, April 13 morning).

Option 1:

Look through the books on level one of the library in either the exhibits (new books on display) or in the fiction section near the café seating area.  You can pick any book and read through part of it and tell us about it.  Why did you pick it?  Are there any aspects of it that relate to our class (this could be a stretch, so if not, that’s ok)?  What is the storyline?  …and so on…and maybe you’ll end up actually reading it.  And liking it!

Option 2:

Find the section of books in the stacks that relates to your white paper topic.  Flip through a couple books…maybe check one or two out (at the circulation desk).  Tell us about the information you learned from any book.



One thought on “Blog Prompt…a visit to the library (post 10/12)

  1. Books are awesome.

    Posted by Jordi | April 12, 2012, 7:45 am

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