You will deal with complex research by breaking complex questions into simple ones, specifically geography framing of employment, and jobs within a sector to help you limit the scope of your annotated bibliography topic.
You will synthesize ideas gathered from multiple sources including but not limited to scholarly articles, newspapers, statistics, and industry research.
What's the story you want to tell about geography of work or employment in GTA?
Spend 2 minutes writing down how you might want to focus your topic based on the crowdsource consider:
Also, you may consider audience, purpose, context and the ‘story’ as per discussions in the Infographic design workshop, and surprising trends.
Individually, you will be assigned one information type to find resources and share in the Padlet:
Each person will explore a resource type and share back:
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