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SOC 100: Introduction to Sociology   Tags: subject:soc course:100 section:001 instructor:mcginn year:2014 term:fall  

A course guide for Soc 100, taught in Fall 2014 by Prof. Terence McGinn.
Last Updated: Oct 15, 2014 URL: http://guides.lib.umich.edu/soc100 Print Guide RSS Updates

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Prezi & Powerpoint Help

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In-Class Worksheet

The following handouts are for use IN CLASS on Monday.

Feel free to download and use this worksheet, which provides prompts and spaces for you to make notes as you search for materials on your topic.

 

Welcome to MLibrary

Today's library session will introduce searching techniques that will help you to complete your Powerpoint assignment.

During the class, we will provide a step-by-step framework that will facilitate your research. 

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