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Resources to research and develop a History Fair project
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Maryland History Sites

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Best Resources

  • Power Search
    Search for books, websites, and database articles from our library catalog.
    Login 1st, then in the Catalog choose the Power Search tab.
    Check "Include Online Resources" and then select the databases you want to include.
    Save to your Resource List so you don't lose the citations.
  • WebPath Express
    Login 1st, then go to the Catalog
    Select WebPath Express in the left column to search websites. Save to your Resource List so you don't lose the citations.
  • Best Databases
    On the Home page, login 1st, then under Digital Resources, select Online Databases. For Home Access the user name is charlescounty and the password is welcome.
    History Study Center
    World Book Advanced
    Modern World History Online
    Ancient and Medieval History Online
    American Indian History Online
    American Memory Project (Library of Congress)
    Historical Newspapers
    World Digital Library
    Sailor Research Databases (History Reference Center)

  • Charles County Public Library
    Get a public library card and read eBooks, digital magazines and access the databases. African-American History Online is excellent.
  • Research Central
    Provides links to numerous sites recommended by the National History Day Contest
 

Remember to work SMART

Use Destiny

  •  to create a Collection and SAVE all of your sources
  •  to find nonfiction books (print and eBooks)
  •  to search databases
  •  to search for websites
  •  to find links for Citing Sources

Use Search to look for keywords

  •  in eBooks
  •  in documents and on the web (Control F)

Save your citation BEFORE you take notes

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