Skim the two articles as if doing a first round of review to see if relevant to the broad topic, and determine why or why not.
Specifically explore one element that would help determine whether the resource is credible or not. What element did you choose, and how did you research to determine credibility?
How do you investigate an author’s authority on a topic?
Strategies for finding information about the author:
Group 1 - College sports fans
Rudd, Andy, and Brian S. Gordon. "An Exploratory Investigation of Sportsmanship Attitudes Among College Student Basketball Fans." Journal Of Sport Behavior 33, no. 4 (December 2010): 466-488.
Mallozzi, Vincent M. "At Cornell, Catch of the Day Is Always Best on Ice." New York Times, November 05, 2006, 10.
Group 2 - GI Bill
Lisa Pinley Covert
“The GI Bill Abroad: A Postwar Experiment in International Relations,” Diplomatic History. Apr 2016, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p244-268.
Brian Mockenhaupt, “Veterans tackle another objective: Elite colleges,” Washington Post, Nov 26, 2018, B2.
Group 3 - Study Abroad
Luo, Jiali and Jamieson-Drake, David
“Predictors of Study Abroad Intent, Participation, and College Outcomes”
Research in Higher Education. Feb2015, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p29-56.
“Study Abroad's Seven Deadly Sins”
Coclanis, Peter A.
New York Times, 10 Apr 2016: ED.6.
Group 4 - Student Housing
“Does It Matter Where College Students Live? Differences in Satisfaction and Outcomes as a Function of Students' Living Arrangement and Gender.”
Larry D. Long
Journal of College & University Student Housing. 2014, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p66-85
Alison Leigh Cowan and David Walter
“Dorm rooms with bragging rights.”
New York Times, May 28, 2010, A16