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HIST 60/160 — America's Immigrants — Zine Workshop (Gomez)

Tell Me About Yourself

What year are you?
1st year: 0 votes (0%)
Sophomore: 12 votes (52.17%)
Junior: 9 votes (39.13%)
Senior: 2 votes (8.7%)
Other: 0 votes (0%)
Total Votes: 23
How confident do you feel using library resources for research?
Extremely confident: 0 votes (0%)
Kinda confident: 10 votes (47.62%)
Neutral: 10 votes (47.62%)
Kinda unconfident: 1 votes (4.76%)
Very unconfident: 0 votes (0%)
Total Votes: 21
Have you been in a research workshop in the library previously?
Yes: 11 votes (55%)
No: 8 votes (40%)
Can't remember: 1 votes (5%)
Total Votes: 20
How much do you know about zines?
I'm a zine master: 1 votes (4.17%)
A little bit: 9 votes (37.5%)
Not much: 10 votes (41.67%)
Never heard of them before: 4 votes (16.67%)
Total Votes: 24

Welcome

Next Level Zine Making

Today you are going to learn how the SCU Library can deliver on nearly all the components you will need to incorporate into your zine:

  • Quotes (from scholarly articles amongst other sources)
  • Data, statistics, and figures
  • Images
  • Poetry
  • Video/film
  • Music
  • Magazine clippings
  • A bunch of creativity

You can get all of this through the SCU Library.

Zine Page Challenge

Today: Can you make at least one page in Google Slides that contains:

  1. A quote from a peer-reviewed article
  2. An image or graphic from a library database
  3. A statistic related to your topic

If you're up for the challenge...

post your zine page on the last tab at the end of class

A Note On Sources

Secondary Sources

Scholarly articles and academic books

Secondary sources include scholarly articles and academic books. These contain writings by experts analyzing events and giving their interpretation years after the historical event took place.

Primary Sources

Objects, artifacts, and documents

Primary sources are not scholarly in that they are first-hand accounts and artifacts created or used during the time period you are studying. Primary sources are the evidence that support your claims.

Digitized primary sources are great options for adding visual texture and information to your zine page.

Undergraduate Learning Librarian

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Kelci Baughman McDowell
she/her/hers
Contact:
Santa Clara University
University Library
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95053

kbaughmanmcdowell@scu.edu
408-554-5438