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ENGLISH_397: Research Seminar Medicine Disease and Colonialism (Wisecup): Getting Started

Scholarly Articles of Literary Criticism

Poll

I have conducted primary source material research before this course
Yes: 7 votes (87.5%)
No: 1 votes (12.5%)
Total Votes: 8
I have found scholarly articles using the MLA INTERNATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY
Yes: 2 votes (25%)
No: 6 votes (75%)
Total Votes: 8
I have used interlibrary loan to access an article or borrow a book Northwestern does not own
Yes: 2 votes (28.57%)
No: 5 votes (71.43%)
Total Votes: 7
For the primary source exercise I primarily used
Early English Books Online: 2 votes (22.22%)
Eighteenth Century Collections Online: 1 votes (11.11%)
America's Historical Newspapers: 1 votes (11.11%)
Early American Imprints: 5 votes (55.56%)
Total Votes: 9

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