This week you will complete your research project and present your findings to your peers.
- Complete research project
- Present research project
- Reflect on your process of inquiry, your findings, and your conclusions
- Complete Arctic Exodus, The Last Great Trail Drive, by Dick North.
The course project is a major component of this course. You have been researching either a historical figure or interview a community member with domesticated ungulate experience. This week you will finalize your presentation to share with your peers. The final form of your presentation is up to you. You can create a film or PowerPoint presentation and share via YouTube, a Prezi, or a more formal research paper. Please see examples of previous projects on the Student Projects page. Your final work will be featured on this page for future offerings of the course! For help on getting your project posted contact Darrell Blodgett (email@example.com).
By Midnight, Tuesday, write a brief (no more than 750 words) response to the following prompt and post it to the forums:
1. Discuss your process of inquiry. What inspired you to pick your topic? What unexpected challenges did you face? What unexpected information did you discover? Where or how would you continue to research this topic knowing what you now know?