Links to articles you may use:
Creepy Clown Hoaxes
They Call It Witchcraft
Ergotism: The Satan Loose in Salem
NBC Interview: School Baffled by 12 Girls' Mystery Symptoms
Look in the databases! Especially Student Resources in Context!
Images also need to be free from copyright and cited.
You can find a copy of your handout (Science in Context Tip Sheet) here.
Use Topic Finder (Click "Advanced" then "Topic Finder" to help narrow your search and see results.
Don't forget to cite *each source*! An MLA 8 citation is at the end of each resource in the database!
Questions? Post a comment here or come see Ms. Thomas in the library!
Biotech students: Here are the hyperdoc versions of your handouts! Please read carefully for assistance with your biotechnology research.
Questions? Feel free to comment on this post and I will get back to you.
You can also come find me in the library!
North Korea (DPRK) has a topic page in the Student Resources in Context database (password = braves) that can be accessed here. This is a good starting place for your research.
Here is a tip sheet with more information about navigating the databases.
If you need additional assistance navigating the databases, here is a tutorial video:
I would NOT recommend using websites that you find on your own. But here is one website I would recommend: CIA World Factbook - North Korea. To cite this website, you will need to enter the URL into a citation generator like EasyBib.
Questions? Need additional help? Feel free to comment on this post and I will get back to you. Or, please stop by the library and I will be happy to assist you!
Click here to access a copy of the ALHS Library Tip Sheet: Opposing Viewpoints in Context Database that I handed out in class (check your notes on how to use).
Finding cases where police officers used force:
Opposing Viewpoints in Context database (see handout and notes):
News sources: Gather as many as possible -- local news, national news, watch out for BIAS, op-ed, etc. Look for factual, non-inflammatory reporting. If searching Google for news reporting, double check that the article you find is an actual news source and not an entertainment site masquerading as news. These links to online newspapers and the media bias chart should help you:
U.S. newspapers listed by state
List of U.S. newspapers with online archives
Remember to cite your sources!
Each article in the database has a "Source Citation" box at the end -- already in MLA 8 format -- just copy and paste.
Articles found elsewhere need to be cited! Easily create an MLA 8 citation using by entering the article's URL on Citation Machine.
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