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ASC 101 Common Reading Research Guide 2011-2012: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks: Home

This guide introduces first-year students to the Michael Schwartz Library. The guide will help students complete the evaluative annotated bibliography that is part of the Common Reading Research Project assignment for ASC 101.

The Common Reading

Selection for 2011-2012

Rate the Book

Did you enjoy The Immortatl Life of Henrietta Lacks?

Rate the Book
Loved it!: 40 votes (25.97%)
Liked it.: 33 votes (21.43%)
It was O.K.: 26 votes (16.88%)
Still deciding.: 13 votes (8.44%)
No!: 42 votes (27.27%)
Total Votes: 154

Borrow a copy of the book from the Library

Check Scholar to see if a copy is currently available.

Go to the User Services desk at the Michael Schwartz Library. 

  • Three copies are available for 7 day loan. 
  • Two copies are available for 2 hour loan, library use only.

    You may also want to check:

    OhioLINK
    Cuyahoga County Public Library
    Cleveland Public Library (requires a CLVENET card).

    Welcome to the Michael Schwartz Library!

    Michael Schwartz Library, Rhodes TowerWelcome to the Michael Schwartz Library at Cleveland State University!

    This guide is designed for first year students enrolled in ASC 101: Introduction to University Life.

    The purpose of this guide is to assist students in navigating the research process for their Common Reading Research Assignment and to provide resources for completing their annotated bibliography.  

    Others are also invited to explore the information on these pages.

    Check out the Common Reading Experience website at the Michael Schwartz Library.

                 

    Handouts for the Common Reading Research Assignment

    Below you will find the handouts for the library visit and the Common Reading Research Assignment. Please talk with your instructor if you have any questions. You may also contact Ann Marie Smeraldi, First Year Experience Librarian, if you need help with your research.   

    Interview with Rebecca Skloot

    Subject Guide

    Ann Marie Smeraldi
    Contact:
    Michael Schwartz Library
    RT 110E
    216.687.5020
    Office Hours by Appointment
    Website / Blog Page