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Finding more information
Now is the time to use the keywords you listed in the previous activity, and locate more in-depth information as well as some primary sources by your assigned individual. Remember that as you research you might have to change/alter/add new keywords. See Ms. Myers or your teacher if you have trouble locating information!
A cart of books have been pulled for this project. If you still need more print information, use the catalog below to search for a book.
Senior School Library Catalog
Databases and eBooks
The Gale Virtual Reference Library offers access to numerous eBooks for various subjects, ranging from medicine to history and science. This is a great place to locate reference materials on a topic.
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.
Access to numerous academic journals, perfect for in-depth information on a topic.
Gale in Context: World History
Provides numerous types of resources, from periodicals, academic journals, reference materials, etc. on world history.
Forham University Internet History Sourcebook
Great resource for primary source documents by various individuals in different periods of history. This link focuses on the Scientific Revolution, but in the menu on the left you can select other periods in history.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Great resource for general articles as well as primary documents, about and by philosophers and those in related disciplines.