This section of my Google Earth Web instruction guide is for resources specific to students enrolled in sections taught by Professor Ana Linda Nez, who are working with Digital Literacy Librarian Colleen Greene. These resources are in addition to those covered throughout the rest of this guide.
Team Research Presentation using Google Earth
In teams of three, students will select a research topic centered on a social justice issue, event or figure that impacts Latinx and or communities of color. After developing a focused research question, students will conduct collaborative academic research and develop individual annotated bibliographies. Students will then use Google Earth to organize and present their research findings. Team projects will be evaluated based on the quality of research, strength of collaboration, citations, and use of the Google Earth platform.
This link takes you too a Google Doc that students attending CHIC 102 sessions with Colleen Greene can use as a template and as sandbox content for the hands-on activities in our Google Earth Web workshops. Your professor will provide you with an official template for your class project.
Professor Nez's classes use the MLA citation style.
This tutorial offers an introduction to MLA 9th edition citation style and the resources available for consultation.
Explore the Pollak Library's Citations guide, in particular the two visual Infographic cheat sheets for MLA 9th and 9th editions.