- Storrs: Kathy Labadorf
- Waterbury: Shelley Goldstein
- Stamford: Phara Bayonne
- Torrington: Sheila Lafferty
- Avery Point: BethRumery
Women's Studies is Interdisciplinary -- think broadly and outside the box!
|Included in this guide are many types of information sources. To thoroughly research a topic in Women's Studies, you need to have skills in assessing the reliability of the information you are looking at.
And finding, evaluating, using, and citing good quality Web sites is an absolute necessity. Many organizations (like the U.N. and the Institute for Women's Policy Research) contains current data and only publish on the web.
Your resources should include: Reference books, books, journal articles, AND Web sites of quality. Scrutinize all resources!
Beginning the research process
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