"We must recognize the full human equality of all of our people before God, before the law, and in the councils of government. We must do this, not because it is economically advantageous, although it is; not because the laws of God command it, although they do; not because people in other lands wish it so. We must do it for the single and fundamental reason that it is the right thing to do." Robert F. Kennedy: Day of Affirmation Address, June 7, 1966. Quote found using Credo Reference.
Information Literacy Learning Outcomes
Learn the steps to create a cohesive and coherent research paper.
Identify the purpose and audience of potential information sources - popular vs. scholarly.
Understand the importance of recording all pertinent citation information for future reference.
Recognize the differences between an argument and explanatory synthesis.