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Why respect intellectual property?
Remote Database Access
Please click HERE to access the usernames and passwords for our databases.
**NOTE: You must be signed in to your SSA email and password to access the Google Document.
eBooks and Databases
Gale eBooks This link opens in a new window
Reference eBooks on a variety of topics.
EbscoHost This link opens in a new window
EbscoHost is a hosting site for multiple databases that include periodicals, eBooks, academic journals, images, etc. Once you click on the link, select the database you want to use and read the description.
Issues and Controversies in History This link opens in a new window
Discover some of the various arguments throughout world and American history.
Encyclopedia Britannica This link opens in a new window
Excellent resource providing articles, images, etc. on a wide range of topics.
JSTOR This link opens in a new window
Access to numerous academic journals, perfect for in-depth information on a topic.
Gale in Context: World History This link opens in a new window
Provides numerous types of resources, from periodicals, academic journals, reference materials, etc. on world history.
Evaluating Information from the Free Web
**Remember- You must always evaluate information on the free web. Look for the following:
CURRENCY- is the information recent and/or updated? Does that matter for your search?
RELEVANCE- does the information relate to your research question?
AUTHORITY- who is the author? What else have they written on the topic? Why should you listen to them?
ACCURACY- do they cite their sources? What types of sources are they referencing? Click on some of these sources to review them!
PURPOSE- who is the intended audience for this information? What is the perspective of the author/source? What other sources have reported on this topic, and does that matter for your research purposes?