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READ 108 - Longview

Resources for the power processes, found in the Becoming a Master Student textbook.

Databases

Use databases to find articles from magazines, newspapers, and scholarly journals.

From Question to Keyword

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Suggested Databases

Suggested Keywords for Power Processes

When you search for information, you must be willing to tryout different keyword searches by using a variety of words that describe your topic. Here are some suggested keywords to try when searching for information in the catalog (books) and databases (articles) about the Power Processes.

 

Ideas are tools

critical thinking, personal enrichment, career exploration, self improvement, new ideas, decision making, learning styles, study skills

Be here now

 

time management, organization, mindfulness, distractions, multi-tasking, planning, extra curricular activities, goal setting

Love your problems

memory improvement, anxiety, overcoming barriers, overcoming problems, self-acceptance, overcoming obstacles, dealing with difficult people, finding solutions

Notice your pictures

 

motivation, self-discipline, reading comprehension, research resources, memory, perception, bias, subconscious, expectations

I create it all

 

Being a victim, responsibility, self-control, decision making, classroom skills, classroom behavior, note taking

Detach

 

attachments, emotions, addictions, identity, obsession, emotional awareness, excess, consciousness, perspective, perfection, test anxiety, release anxiety

Be It

Well-being, success, health, balance, self development, new skills, career attainment, career success, passion, purpose, values

Surrender

intuition, guidance, surrender, recovery, self-acceptance, moving on, coping

Risk being a fool

 

risk-taking, courage, public speaking, change, self-actualization, fear, leadership, personal growth, self-expression

Choose your conversations and your community

 

contemplation, self-reflection, diversity, non-traditional students, common ground, culture, interpersonal communication, character, gossip, constructive criticism, communication, relationships, making choices

Employ your word

 

effective speaking, agreements, relationships, communication, accountability, trust, multiple intelligence, self-esteem, conflict management, etiquette, listening

 

Find a bigger problem

 

social responsibility, philanthropy, corporate responsibility, altruism, compassion, charity, empathy, problem solving, nonprofit, student organizations, advocacy