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RESEARCH TOOLS

FIND BOOKS HERE

SEARCH DESTINY Find books available from the library.

Google Books Find full text and preview versions of many books
available online.
CITING SOURCES

EasyBIb
NoodleTools

OWL at Purdue
PLAGIARISM

Plagiarism.org
What is Plagiarism?
How to Recognize It; How to Avoid It
EVALUATING SOURCES

Scholarly vs. popular sources
Analyzing Information Sources
Evaluating Websites



DATABASES Check HERE for passwords.


GENERAL:
JSTOR
Project Muse (only at school)
Proquest Journals: Search scholarly articles across the disciplines.
Questia Online Library

ISSUES BASED:
Global Issues in Context
Opposing Viewpoints in Context

SUBJECT SPECIFIC

Dance
Dance in Video

History
World History in Context
Issues in US History

Science
Science in Context
Science Online (AAAS)

Health
Health and Wellness Resource Center
Bloom's Literary Reference Online\

Group 1
Literature Reference Center (expires 2/28)
World of Poetry
CNKI 中国知网


Online Newspapers (NY Times, LA TImes, WSJ, Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor)



ALTERNATIVE SEARCH ENGINES:
Intute : Academic search engine
Academia.edu
Scirus Science-based search engine
ScienceResearch.com
Sweet Search Student-focused search engine
Google Scholar Academic Search Engine


Choose the Best Search Engine
MEGASITES/WEB PORTALS

Voice of the Shuttle
Virtual Learning Resource Center
Internet Public Library



PRIMARY SOURCES (HISTORY)

Internet History Sourcebook
Repositories of Primary Sources (over 5000 online sites)
Avalon Project
EuroDocs
Korean National Digital Library
Portal to Asian Internet Resources
American Memory
US: National Archives
UC: World of Primary Sources
Voice of the Shuttle: History Sources

Temple U: European Collection

Museum of Online Museums
Historical Newspapers

East Asia Primary Sources
http://www.anc.org.za/# (Click on Documents)

http://library.stanford.edu/depts/ssrg/africa/history/hisprimary.html

100 Terrific Sites to Find Primary Sources
HOW TO USE PRIMARY SOURCES
Using Primary Sources on the Web

How to Read a Primary Source

Historical Thinking Matters

Finding Historical Primary Sources ( UC Berkeley)

Primary v. Secondary sources

Students as Historians (working with DBQ's)
LITERATURE

Online Literary Criticism
Guide to Critical Theory
Literary Theory and Criticism
NY Review of Books
NYT Book Reviews
Times Literary Supplement
London Review of Books
LitLinks
Perspectives in American Lit
The Book
Luminarium (British Lit)
Literary Movements

Collection of British/American Literature sites
SCIENCE

History of Science Sourcebook
Case Studies
BioEd Online
Science Research Portal
ECONOMICS
Sources for Data

General
Econlinks.com
Classic Works in Economics and Political Economy
Topics in Economics
PSYCHOLOGY

PsychCentral
National Institute of Mental Heatlh
Mentalhealth.net
Psychology Encyclopedia
Psych-net.UK
Psych Information Gateway
A Levels Psych
MATH

Math.com
Math Journals with Free Online Access
Math on the Web
THE ARTS

Asia Art.net
Art History Links

Dance Magazine
Pointe
Dance Spirit
Voice of the Shuttle: Dance

Film Criticism Pathfinder
Sight and Sound Archives (see library blog for login info)

MusicTheory.net
Musica
Music Theory and Analysis links


Theatre Archive Project
Guide to Internet Resources in Theatre
TheatreHistory.com




VIDEO SOURCES

TED Talks
Big Think
iTunes U
Academic Earth
Youtube
TeacherTube
Vimeo


ONLINE DOCUMENTARIES

Free Documentaries

Top Documentary Films

Free Documentaries Online

Documentary Heaven

ALTERNATIVE SEARCHES:

Remember: Everyone's a librarian now, and social media
provide a great collection of pre-vetted sources that somebody
thought were worth saving. Don't ignore these possibilities:

LibGuides: Search thousands of resource guides, all at once!

Delicious

Diigo

Twitter

Scribd

SlideShare

Scoop.It

NewsTrust: "Your guide to good journalism"

Technorati (Search for blogs or bloggers)

SEARCH TIPS


How-To: Google Advanced Search

How-To: Twitter Search

Ultimate Guide to Twitter Hashtags

Google Web Search(from Google for Educators)

Google and Beyond (workshop from UC Berkeley)

Quick Reference: Google Advanced Operators (Cheat Sheet)

6 Techniques to Get More from Google

Google Guide online interactive tutorial and references

Beyond Google: 15 Tools & Strategies or here







MEDIA

WHAT IS A SCHOLARLY ARTICLE?

What is a Scholarly Article? from Kimbel Library on Vimeo.



POPULAR VS. SCHOLARLY ARTICLES

Scholarly Sources vs Popular Sources from Kimbel Library on Vimeo.




SEARCHING THE DATABASES

Selecting the Right Number of Keywords. from Kimbel Library on Vimeo.



WHAT IS AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY?

What is an Annotated Bibliography? from Kimbel Library on Vimeo.



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