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Welcome to the BIO/KIN 107 Lib Guide!

Hello! My name is John Erdmann and I am one of your librarians here at College of Marin.  The resources in this LibGuide will help you successfully locate, evaluate, and cite the information you need for your research assignment.  Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns. 

 

Assignment 1 - Human Evolution: The First Three Million Years

Human Evolution: The First Three Million Years

Assignment:  Explore how modern humans, Homo Sapiens, have evolved since the appearance of Australopithecus, Homo Habilis and Homo Erectus which includes the physical, mental traits and food habits of those entities. Provide some approximate time history from the appearance of Australopithecus, to Homo Erectus, and Homo Sapiens.

Length of Assignment: 6 pages

Citation Format: MLA or APA

Due Date: September 12th

 

Learning Outcomes:

The successful student will be able to:

  • develop a search strategy for finding information on human evolution, with specific attention to Australopithecus, Homo Habilis and Homo Erectus.
  • locate reliable resources that provides a broad overview on Australopithecus, Homo Habilis and Homo Erectus, assess the reliability of the information available.
  • recognize the various sources of information available to students at College of Marin.
  • utilize specific databases for information on human evolution.
  • cite information effectively.

These outcomes are connected with the college-wide information literacy SLO and Information Literacy Rubric used by COM librarians.

 

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