Last Updated: May 11, 2012
...the belief that idealism, high aspirations, and deep convictions are not incompatible with the most practical and efficient of programs—that there is no basic inconsistency between ideals and realistic possibilities, no separation between the deepest desires of heart and of mind and the rational application of human effort to human problems.
--Robert F. Kennedy: Day of Affirmation Address, June 7, 1966.
Quote found using Credo Reference database.
Learn the steps to create a cohesive and coherent research paper. (Your Position Paper and Annotated Bibliography contribute to the final Research Paper.)
Identify the purpose and audience of potential information sources - popular vs. scholarly.
Recognize prejudice, deception, or manipulation in information sources.
Understand the importance of recording all pertinent citation information for future reference.