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Library and Teaching Project Assignment 2: Library and Teaching Project The purpose of this assignment is to enable you to think critically about the university as a research and teaching institution. The best way to get an idea of what it means to work and teach at a university is to experience it yourself. To this end, you will pick a topic that interests you, research it in the library and then teach it to the class in about 5-7 minutes. Following your in-class presentation, I want you to reflect critically on your experience as a researcher and teacher. How did you go about obtaining the information you needed? Why did you present the information the way you did? What did you learn from this experience? This critical reflection (1000 words) has to be submitted in hard copy at the beginning of Week 10. Thematic Focus and Presentation • You can pick any topic that interests you and which you want to find out more about. • Your presentation should be structured around a general assumption that is often associated with your topic which you want to debunk by employing the Socratic method of inquiry. For example: “Economic growth benefits all.” “Wearing a helmet makes cycling safer.” “A university degree helps you get a better job.” What makes a good topic? • “What do I want to know?” • Prior knowledge • Relevance/Significance • Topicality • Commonly shared assumptions • Complexity • Feasibility • Available literature How to use the library? Make sure that you consult a minimum of 3 sources on the topic you have chosen. Types of sources: • Journal articles • Monographs • Collections of essays • Dissertations • Newspapers • Magazines • Audio-visual material • How to present your research? • You have 5-7 minutes • Choose the medium that helps you transmit your ideas • PowerPoint • Whiteboard • Handouts… • Be clear and concise • Speak slowly and freely • Use examples to illustrate key points • Find ways to engage with your audience • Check audience comprehension of ideas How to reflect critically on this assignment? • How did your research go? How did you find your material? What did you learn ? What would you do differently the next time? • How did the presentation go? What made you decide to choose this form of presentation? What did you learn? What would you do differently the next time? Presentation of Critical Reflection • Remember to be specific, detailed (give concrete examples) and focused • Length: 1000 words • List the sources from the library (a minimum of 3) you have consulted • Due: Beginning of Week 10 (6 November) ...
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College Tuition Should be Free
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College Tuition Should be Free

Students have a huge burden to worry about when it comes to financing their college
education, the average graduate leaves college with a debt of sixty thousand dollars, this is
before they get their first job and it becomes a challenge since they have to find a job within six
months to be able to cover the payment of the loan. They are then forced to move back to their
homes since payment of bills and the loan can be unaffordable (Mumper & Freeman, 2005).
Granting free higher education to high school graduates is a step that can improve the
skills possessed by people and the job market in general, for people to get ahead in the job
market, a degree is vital but it is unaffordable by most people having been given a right to
education at a young age. In order for high school graduates to secure a job, they require a
degree, if community colleges and some state colleges would be made free for students who are
unable to afford higher education on their own; students who are out of state can come in and
help in offsetting the cost.
The Land Grant College Act was signed into law in 1862 by President Abraham Lincoln,
this law aimed at laying a foundation for a system of publicly funded higher education
institutions, “people’s colleges” was then created through the land grants but this vision has
become remote to many American students who are faced with mounting debt. C...

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