In honor of “Constitution Day 2007”, JSRCC Office of Student Affairs is sponsoring two programs on Sept 17 & 18 to probe the constitutional concept, “due process”, as it relates to student rights.
Using Encyclopaedia Britannica , one of your library’s research databases, you can read an interesting article on the history of the “due process” concept as it has developed through time and nations. From the library’s home page, click on Research Databases, then click on the Title List, and scroll down to Encyclopaedia Britannica. Use your e-mail/Blackboard log-ons to access the database from off-campus. Type in “due process” in the search box; you will go straight to the article!
Constitution Day Resources from the Library of Congress is another interesting online resource. Click on this link to check it out!