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Seven Revolutions: Home

Information Literacy and Seven Revolutions

This guide was created during the first half of the semester by students enrolled in GC2Y - 2000 Honors Seven Revolutions II. During the fourth hour of this course students were given instruction on research skills and information literacy. This "advanced" bibliography is the product of their hard work during the first half of the semester, and will serve as tool to help these student explore the issues surrounding the Seven Revolutions later this semester as well as help others explore these issues.

In this guide you will find:

  • Introductions to each revolution
  • Sample research questions and topics
  • Annotated bibliographies of secondary and primary sources
  • Short essaies dealing with some aspect of each revolution
  • Information about the students that created each section

China Rising

During the second half of the semester, students in this course worked with Dr. Steven Elliott-Gower and Wesley Smith to create an ebook entitled China Rising: China in the 21st Century Through the Perspective of Seven Revolutions. The book is available below:


China Rising: China in the 21st Century Through the Perspective of the Seven Revolutions

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