• Talisa Caldwell posted an update 2 years, 7 months ago

    4:00 – 8:00
    Well I finally began writing my Psychology paper and I actually finished a rough draft. Thank goodness our school library’s website is fantastic! Indexes and Databases and Advanced Search you are a dream come true. I particularly love using the data base called Ulrichsweb. It is a great tool to utilize as it confirms or denies whether an article or journal as been peer-reviewed and whether or not it is scholarly. This is especially handy while writing essays, as our professors and school expect us to back up our arguments with evidence that is legitimate… sorry Wikipedia. Another great digital tool that I use while writing essays is Easybib. It is a great site that helps you with your citations and bibliographies; however, I did not use it for my Psychology paper as I was not citing in MLA.
    It is safe to say that from 4:00-8:00pm I was extremely productive so of course I awarded myself with a new episode of “The Catch” on demand. It is an awesome series so far if you guys want to check it out!
    On a side note: creating a Wikipedia page was my first time every attempting coding in my first class with Dr. Constance Crompton at UBCO. It was a children’s literary class that combined analysis of children’s books with digital humanities and the coding world! I personally built the Wikipedia page: A Sick Day for Amos McGee which you can check out at this URL https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Sick_Day_for_Amos_McGee.