Part 1 - Interview Interview the faculty member in person about
In addition, if possible, obtain a list of these scholarly works, such as a copy of the relevant portion of the professor's curriculum vitae (cv) or resume.
Your interview may take the form of a video or audio recording, or a typed transcription or summary from notes that you take. If you turn in a file, be sure that I can read it on my Mac.
Part 2 - Research and Reflection On Mon, October 12, we will spend some class time on part 2 of the project, which will be handed out then. You will then reflect on this research and compare it to the information you obtain in your interview.
Research the scholarly works of the professor in
Search 1: the library catalog and
Search 2: library databases listed in the Subject Guide for the most relevant field.
If you have have a list of scholarly products (for example from a resume
or cv), then compare the products from the cv with the results of the searches:
1) Check off each work that you find. If you find any additional work that is not already listed, then add that in using the same format as the rest of the cv.
2) Using Search 1 and Search 2 above, do all of the products appear in the library? If not, put a star next to any missing works.
3) Search 3: For any products that are not found in the library searches, do they appear on google scholar or via a the general web search? If so, make an X through the star.
If you do not have a list of scholarly products then
1) Using Search 1 and Search 2 above, create a bibliography from the library searches (use a consistent format).
2) Search 3: Search google scholar and the web for additional scholarly works, add them to your bibliography, and put a star next to these works.
You will turn this in as part of your project.