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How to Research, Annotate Bibliographies, and Cite?

Create an account with EasyBib

How to create a personal EasyBib Account?
Register on campus. Once you register, you can access your account anywhere you have online access.

Why create your personal EasyBib Account?
When you login, you can save your bibliographies and notes. Our Pro Subscription also allows you to automatically format your work in Chicago Style, used by our History & Social Studies Department.

For more info on Chicago/Turabian Style, visit Chicago Manual of Style

1. Research tips, Maps

2. Encyclopedias


School Library Journal article recommends five websites that provide free up-to-the-minute news from around the world:

  • -  Global Voices – - Written, translated, and curated by more than 800 citizen journalists and media experts, searchable by topic or region, 43 languages

  • -  Newsmap – - Real-time, trending news in 15 countries, color-coded by topic and adjustable by how much detail you want

  • -  TV News Archive – - Televised news clips from over 700,000 shows from 2009 to the present

  • -  Al-Monitor - - News about the Middle East translated into English from Hebrew, Turkish, Persian, and Arabic

  • -  AllAfrica - - Aggregated news from over 130 African news outlets and content from AllAfrica reporters. 


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    6. Reflection


    •What worked well for you?

    •What problems did you encounter?

    •What additional information do you still want to find?


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