Part 1 Explore your research guide
Go to the research guide for your program/major (or one that interests you, if you are undecided on your major). Explore the guide’s sections. In a full paragraph, tell us what you found in or learned from your research guide. What might you find particularly useful in the future?
Part 2 Choose your topic
Start thinking about a topic that you would like to explore in this course. Your topic should be something that interests you as you will be working with the topic for your upcoming assignments, including the final paper. It’s best if your topic is related to your program (field of study/career field). Looking at the research guide may give you some ideas. (NOTE: Please avoid topics related to politics and/or religion unless your degree program is political science or theology.)
To help you understand what you will be doing with this topic, go to the Assignments area of classroom and read the instructions for each assignment. Review the templates and samples that are attached there as well.
In your initial post, describe the topic and how you might explore it.
Responding to Others
When you respond to other students, you can:
· Share thoughts about the research guide exploration.
· Ask them questions about their choice of topic.
· Ask them about key concerns, target audience, or the kind of sources they might use.
· Provide respectful feedback.
· Extend the conversation, exploring topics in creative and constructive ways. Specific Guidance: 250 words.