Library Visits

To check out books or use the computers you MUST have: a signed pass from your teacher and your SCHOOL ID.

Research

    • If the link above does not load, try HERE for direct links to databases. 
    •  Access My Library App
      Free app for Gale database access, available for both Android and Apple devices
     http://infoweb.newsbank.com
    Local and National newspapers (including the Springfield Republican)


       
What Are Databases and Why You Need Them-Yavapai College Library

  •  http://www.hackcollege.com/blog/2011/11/23/infographic-get-more-out-of-google.html

  • Website Evaluation. If you find a website that looks useful for your project, see if it is reliable by following the C.R.A.P. method! 

  •  Wikipedia- To use or not to use?

    Understanding Wikipedia as a Citation Source - ResearchReady.com

    • An interactive way to find primary sources
  • DiscoveryEd
    • The Discovery Channel's educational resource with: 
      • Videos
      • Pictures
      • and more!
      • Just log in with your Student ID number and password
  • Springfield City Library
    • Get a library card! Please print this application form. You can drop it off yourself at the public library OR you can drop it off at the school library and Mrs.Carter will bring it to the public library for you!  (If you do not have access to a printer, you can also obtain the form at both the public library and the school library!)
  • Boston Public Library
    • We encourage you to obtain your own library card number in order to access the electronic resources that the Boston Public Library has to offer. 
    • Use this Google Presentation to walk through the eCard sign up process. 
  • How to Write a Paper/Presentation

  • Citing Sources