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FYS 100: Globalization & Challenge (2022) with Dr. Kutch: Home

Your Librarian

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Mike Weber
Contact:
25B Rohrbach Library
weber@kutztown.edu
610-683-4746
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Welcome to the Rohrbach Library

This guide will help you to:

  • Locate, search, and evaluate scholarly and popular information sources using the library website databases.
  • Cite sources using MLA 9th edition Style guide

How to get Help

If you have questions once you start your research, you can get further help through the library:

  1. Chat: Use the ASK NOW pop-up on the right side of the screen.  This leads to our CHAT Service.  Also connects with Zoom
  2. Main Desk:Ask for a librarian at the Main Desk: 
    Mon.-Thurs.: 10am - 8pm 
    Fri.: 10am - 4pm 
  3. Phone: 610-683-4480
  4. Make an Appointment:  You can schedule an appointment with a librarian by going to:  https://libcal.kutztown.edu/appointments/?g=935

 

Assignment

1. Produce a Final Project

2. Write a 500 word Project Commentary

3. Provide 3-5 secondary source citations (In MLA 9 style)

a. Books and Ebooks

b. Scholarly Journal Articles

 

Primary vs Secondary Sources

Primary Resource:  first-hand accounts of a issue from people who had a direct connection with it.  Original documents, laws and legal proceedings, newspaper reports, speeches, interviews, original research data, and events captured on photographs, video or audio.

Secondary Sources: interpret an issue reported in primary resources.  Examples: books and scholarly articles.