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Welcome to Day 5 of the Women's History Month Challenge!
Complete the challenge and be entered in a raffle to win a $25 gift card!
This, according to Salem Press Biographical Encyclopedia (2021):
Activist Greta Thunberg has drawn global attention to climate change and has inspired thousands of schoolchildren to strike to draw attention to the issue. She has addressed lawmakers, government bodies, and economic leaders and chided them for their failures to take meaningful action to reduce carbon emissions.
Greta Thunberg / Streetsblog Denver / CC0
Day 5 Challenge: Use Research Starters and MCC Search to learn more about Greta Thunberg. Don't forget to use the guidance below to help you complete this challenge!
6 Steps to complete the challenge:
- Search for the following using MCC Search on the library homepage: Greta Thunberg
- Use the Research Starter at the top of the page to answer the first 3 questions of today’s challenge.
- You’ll need to login to your library account to access the Research Starter. To do so, use your A# (make sure you use a capital A) and library password. Your default password is your date of birth in this format: mmddyyyy
- Once you complete the first three questions, return to the MCC Search results by going back.
- In the Refine Results tools on the left side of the page, scroll down to Limit by Source Type and click Academic Journals.
- Find an article about Greta’s life growing up to answer the last two questions of today’s challenge. Once you find a result that you would like to open, click the title of the article, then click PDF Full Text (on the far left).