CNN: How a coronavirus 'infodemic' is infecting the internet.
|June 15th||Per Group, Group topics and individual subtopic selections and approval for the COVID-19 Midterm project is Due on the Blackboard Discussion Board.|
Per Student, Research Question & all MLA citations are Due on the Blackboard Discussion Board.
4 sources (At least one eBook or one database source if an eBook source cannot be found, one other database source, one internet, and one video source from the MDC databases, i.e. Films on Demand) per student answering question/subtopic they are responsible for, in MLA citation format.
* If you are experiencing difficulty acquiring 4 reliable sources or locating/creating MLA citations, please schedule an appointment with a librarian so they may assist you in finding alternative sources. Please schedule appointments prior to the deadline.
Per student, Simplified Annotated bibliography requirements:
Simplified Annotated bibliography must include a brief 50-word summary, in your own words, for each of the 4 sources (At least one book, one database, one internet, and one video from the MDC Databases);
Each annotation should be 50 words each Source and include information, in your own words, that will be incorporated into your midterm project poster.
|July 8th||Per Group, COVID-19 Midterm Poster Project Presentation Due on Blackboard (One submission per group). Upload both the group poster and individual videos recording your 3 minute part of the presentation to Blackboard.|
COVID-19 in the US
COVID-19 in Florida
Countries' responses to COVID-19
Global Implications of COVID-19 Comparison
Pandemics - Prevention, Containment, Treatment
History of viruses and pandemics
Pandemics portrayed in Film
COVID-19 & Hospital Preparedness
How COVID-19 affects nurses
How children are perceiving & impacted by COVID-19
How COVID-19 affects Senior Citizens
COVID-19 & Mental Health
COVID-19 Misinformation & how it spreads
COVID-19 & Personal protective equipment (PPE)
COVID-19 & Politics
Coronavirus Relief Fund, the CARES Act
Economic effects of Pandemics
Improving Responses to future Pandemics