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Radiographic Procedures 2 Collaborative Learning Project Guide

This guide collects information and resources for the Collaborative Learning Project in Radiographic Procedures 2.


The black and white image depicts a group of people working together. The cooperative learning project requires teamwork!Welcome to the research guide for your Collaborative Learning Project. This guide collects resources and tips that will (hopefully) be useful as you work through your collaborative project. Use the tabs on the left to navigate through the guide.

Questions? Need some help?
Please get in touch! We're here to support you!

Ellen Range, Student Learning Librarian - 
Ask me your questions about research tools, search terms for your topic, and finding the information you need!

Keri Grokowsky, Writing Specialist -
Ask me your questions about outlining, writing, APA style, editing, and proofreading!
Your group will also need to submit your draft and make an appointment with me to review it.

Video introduction to this guide:

Suggested step-by-step process

  1. Topic is assigned
  2. Find 3+ quality sources in addition to your textbook (see Research page of this guide for resources and tips). Reach out to Ellen if you have questions or need help with this. 
  3. Create APA Reference entries for each source (see APA page of this guide)
  4. Create a document for notes
  5. Read sources, copy/paste "chunks" of relevant information into notes document for each source (so you remember where it came from!)
  6. Create an outline of your project to be turned in by March 17th/18th
  7. Under each "chunk" of information, use a different color to paraphrase the information in your own words
  8. Have one writer create a draft of the written project by compiling information from notes (with appropriate citations) along with your own topic sentences, transitions, and connections.
    Remember, the goal is to weave ideas together from multiple sources using primarily your own words
  9. Submit draft of the paper to Keri and then meet with her as a group to receive feedback (see Writing page of this guide for links, etc.).
    • Schedule your meeting with Keri by March 21. She currently has availability 3/23, 3/24, 3/25, 3/28, 3/29, 3/30, 3/31, and 4/1... but her schedule fills up fast so it's a good idea to schedule early.
    • Submit your draft to Keri at least 2 days before your meeting so she has time to review it.
    • Then meet with Keri as a group to review feedback and ask questions about suggested revisions.
  10. Revise and finalize essay--submit final copy to instructor by April 4th at 9 PM.
  11. Develop 5-question quiz to coincide with class presentation April 5th. 
  12. Give your presentation of topic during lecture on April 5th. 
  13. Evaluate each team member's participation during class on April 5th. 

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For additional information or tips on these resources, browse the content on the rest of this guide.

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Writing Resources:

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