|The Under(Graduate) Literature Review Challenge! (***New and Improved*** online and asynchronous)
This year, we’re offering a new and improved program that provides students with research strategies from Fogler Library and drafting & editing pro-tips from UMaine’s Writing Center Director.
Are your students conducting research to write a literature review, annotated bibliography, or research paper? We invite them to join Fogler Library & The Writing Center the week of October 24th-28th for The Under(Graduate) Literature Review Challenge. Each day, for five days, participants will receive an email with brief, self-paced tasks designed to enhance their research skills. Guided tasks include refining a research topic, strategically searching for information, synthesizing ideas among sources, annotating sources (i.e.: taking good notes), and authoring an annotated bibliography.
RSVP to join us! All are welcome – this Challenge will be especially resonant for undergraduates, yet graduate students will find particular components of interest. This program is online and asynchronous, so participants can work at their own pace and select activities that apply to their own projects.
If you’re interested in integrating The Under(Graduate) Literature Review Challenge into your course as either a required or extra credit element, please don’t hesitate to email Jen Bonnet at firstname.lastname@example.org and she can send you a list of your students who participate.