SM 2003, Research Methods and Practices (Garrett & Coleman), Spring 2020, Louisville Seminary

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SM 2003, Research Methods and Practices (Garrett & Coleman), Spring 2020, Louisville Seminary

Description

This is a MAR (Master's in Religion) requirement; open to M.Div students as a General Elective.

Purpose: The purpose of this course is to help students become better researchers and better writers. The research and writing skills gained here will be valuable in any career after seminary. Moreover, in the process of learning to be proficient researchers, other skills will be acquired or improved along the way, such as efficiency in note taking, effectiveness and compliance with best practices in using citations, ability to construct sound and persuasive arguments in written form, and use of a distinctive professional voice as a writer.

Creator

Susan Garrett
Anita Coleman

Date

Spring 2020

Relation

Master of Arts (Religion), Louisville Seminary

Format

Adobe PDF

Language

English

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2020SpringSM2003.pdf

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Susan Garrett and Anita Coleman, “SM 2003, Research Methods and Practices (Garrett & Coleman), Spring 2020, Louisville Seminary,” Anti-Racism Digital Library, accessed November 23, 2020, https://sacred.omeka.net/items/show/287.