STEP 3: LOCATION AND ACCESS
Ask, "Where is each source? Where is the information in each source?"
Reference articles from American Decades. Periodical, newspaper articles form New York Tines, USA Today, etc. Primary sources. Multimedia records including charts, graphs, maps, and video. Video and audio from NBC, NPR, and others.
High school and univeristy. Authoritative information covering popular subjects - earth science, life science, space, technology, mathematics, science history, and biorgraphy. Topic overviews. Aritcles from Science Weekly, Science News, Science Theater, images, videos, experiments from Experiment Central, dictionaries.
Balanced coverage on a wide range of topics including social sciences, humanities, education, science, and technology.
Full-text magazine and reference book articles covering a wide-range of subjects including history, science, careers, biographies. Primary source documents. Includes Columbia Encyclopedia and CIA World Fact Book. Image collection containing photos, maps and flags, and expanded full-text backflies (back to 1975) for key magazines.
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