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Civic Education: Resource Hub: Democracy & Freedom

Resource hub for faculty participating in the Teagle Foundation American Civic Life Infusion Initiative

Module Objectives

  • Synthesize content from the assigned texts to complete the discussion board assignments (CCO A4)
  • Compose a thesis statement that states an assertion, sets limits on the topic, and indicates organization (CCO A3)
  • Collaborate effectively in a small group and use technology to complete a project (CCO A2 & A6)
  • Conduct in-depth research, including accessing and choosing appropriate academic sources for a group project (CCO A7)
  • Compose a source-based essay based on the module readings and topics (CCO A1, A8, B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6 & B7)
  • Conduct a peer review assignment (CCO A1 & A2)
  • Apply academically appropriate grammar, spelling, semantics and style in all module assignments (CCO A5)
  • Apply MLA standards in all module assignments (CCO A9)

Unit Created by Jocelyn Broadwick

Please contact Jamie Witman, Online Learning Librarian, for help locating resources for your unit.

The library also offers instruction sessions that are fully customizable for online and face-to-face instruction:

Week 1 Resources

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Week 2 Resources

Read and watch the following:

Week 3 Resources

Read the following:

Conduct research using CCBC Library Databases. Try the following:

Week 4 Resources

Library Resources

Check each week's box for library databases, help, and more.

For help with MLA Citations see our library guide:

Students can request a Research Assistance Program Appointment with a Librarian or ask the Librarian at the desk any time for help with research or citations!

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