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(Big 6 is a process model of how people of all ages solve an information problem.)
STEP 3: LOCATION AND ACCESS
Ask, "Where is each source? Where is the information in each source?"
- Access appropriate information systems, including online databases, online public access catalog, and electronic multimedia
- Search for sources for information about your topic
- Determine if each source is usable
Websites To Get Started
Anne Frank: The Writer
This website presents an indepth look at Anne Frank's writings through the use of a narrated exhibition, interviews, an opportunity for site users to respond, artifacts from the museum, and links to other recommended sites.
Think electronic copies of books, newspapers & magazines articles--that is what a database is! Instead of looking at the printed copy, you are simpy looking at it in electronic format on your computer or phone.
Use thse databases to find information about the Holocaust & WWII in order to dig deeper!
Destiny @ Northdale Middle School
Webpath Express (via Destiny in the LMC) has websites that have been looked at and the information on them has been judged to be accurate and correct. Click here to search.