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HSERV 200 - Prof. Braun - Mondays: Home

What's Here?

The resources on this pages will help you:

  • Research concepts related to the film contents
  • Formulate a search on a social justice topic
  • Find articles in the library databases
  • Explore the difference between popular and scholarly sources
  • Cite your sources properly in MLA 8 format
  • Log in from off-campus
  • Get additional help

MLA Workshops - Fall 2021

Sign up for MLA, Annotated Bibliography and other library workshops at the link below. All Fall 2021 workshops are via Zoom.

MLA Citations

  • Thursday Oct 21 @ 4pm
  • Tuesday Nov 9 @ 11am
  • Thursday Nov 18 @ 3pm
  • Tuesday Dec 7 @ 2pm

Annotated Bibliographies

  • Thursday Nov 4 @ 4pm


Welcome! This research guide was created for students in Professor Braun's Diversity and Social Justice class.

You have been assigned a research project that requires watching the film Crash and analyzing and exploring diversity and social justice issues demonstrated in the film, along with research on current events demonstrating systemic racism.

This guide is a customized resource for this particular course and assignment.

If you have any questions or trouble, feel free to contact your librarian in person, via email or through the library's virtual services.

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Your Librarian

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Yvonne Rode
Harold L. Drimmer Library
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Fall 2021 Schedule:
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