This course guide is applicable to some, not all, sections of GMGT 1010. It contains criteria for evaluating your sources, links to resources that contain credible primary and secondary sources and search strategies to help you with your short paper. If you require assistance, please contact the Librarian on this course guide.
Primary Sources are:
Secondary Sources are:
Five standards to consider:
For more information on the CRAAP test, review the following two videos:
What are you trying to find? What is your working thesis statement?
Pick a Project
1. Source: Manitoba Hydro website
Once you have your research questions, argument or a thesis, focus on the information you need to support these. Below are primary web sources you should consider using for your short paper:
Public submissions and reports on a particular hydro project:
Agreements between Manitoba Hydro and Indigenous communities:
If you are not able to find information to support your argument in the above web sources, consider using digitized or print primary sources for specific mentions of your hydro project/activity and issue.
Reports and transcripts of hearings or inquiries involving a particular hydro project: