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HUM 142-001 - Ahalya Satkunaratnam - Spring 2022

Course guide with Library workshop resources for HUM 142-001: Women & Creativity at RHC/Skokie

Welcome to the Library's research guide for HUM 142: Women and Creativity!

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Goals! After working through the material in this workshop and guide, students in Ahalya Satkunaratnam's HUM 142-001 section will be able to:

  1. Identify resources appropriate to their research topic
  2. Locate a peer-reviewed, scholarly article in a library database.
  3. Give credit to the original ideas of others through proper attribution and citation

After our library workshop on March 22, this guide will continue to be available for the remainder of the Spring 2022 semester. Use it to locate topics and resources for your HUM 142 writing projects. Let's get started!

Rebecca Sedam. Librarian

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Associate Professor of Humanities
Division of Liberal Arts


HUM 142: Women and Creativity
Course explores selected creative work done by women. Content includes literature, art, music, film, and philosophy; may also explore women’s creativity as manifested through shaping of community and domestic institutions, and through domestic arts. Focus may be either historical or contemporary.

A Research Guide is a page created by Oakton librarians to share resources and suggestions for a particular type of research. The guide you're on right now is a special kind of Research Guide we usually call a Course Guide. Course Guides are sets of resources designed specifically for one course. 

Many of the Oakton Research Guides are for a specific discipline. Check to see if one or more of the following research guides is a good fit for your research!

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Class Climate Survey

At the end of our workshop, please fill out this QUICK Library Class Session survey (only 4 questions).

Responses are anonymous and they will help me improve this experience for other students.