Research and inquiry are an important part of Expeditionary Learning. This page will provide you with some important tools (not just Google!) to help you as you look for information.
The best place to start your search for information! CLICK ON THE LINK to access DISCUS. You can search the databases for magazine articles, video clips, encyclopedia articles, newspaper articles and much, much more. Email Mrs. White for the username and password if you are trying to access DISCUS from home.
Check these out!
The Library of Congress: Historical documents, pictures, movies and more. Great place to locate primary sources.
Refdesk.com: Your online reference librarian. This site will provide you with quick answers to basic questions.
Internet Public Library: Almost as good as having the public library right on your desktop.
Easybib.com: This website is free and will help you correctly format your citations in MLA, APA or Chicago styles.
There is also an APP for EasyBib that makes citations really easy. Just search for it in iTunes!
OWL PURDUE: This website answers any questions you may have about how citing research as well as gives help about writing a good research paper.
Use the RADCAB method of website evaluation! This website will walk you through each step of evaluation and give you information about each step to help you determine whether or not a website is reliable!
Search Engine Tips!