Use journals! Academic journals are often more reputable sources of information than what you will find on websites. They are written by experts, and articles are reviewed by other experts in the same field. The research they use is current and reliable.
As with any source of information, be critical and watch for bias. Always triangulate your sources!
Science Reference Center
Let’s make this year amazing! Come by the library and let me know your ideas on how to make this space the best it can be. Watch for our suggestion board posted by the circulation desk!
Logged into your TDSB account, check these docs to help you get ready to crush your culminating!
Ancient Civ Research
How to Cite your Sources
Enjoy making your podcasts with Audacity, a free software that you can download at home (or access from a TDSB computer).
To learn more about how to make a podcast on Audacity, read this tutorial.
Hey,ICYMI from today’s assembly:
OSSLT at MPC
Everything you need to know to write an original and academically sound essay is right here. Make sure you are logged into your TDSB account (and not a different gmail account) in order to access these materials.
Resources and APA Reference example
Slide show on APA Citations
We will go over “APA Style for Beginning Scientists” and you will have your own copy of our references. You’ll go home today with all the tools you need to be a research superstar.
For future reference, the OWL Purdue site can answer all of your questions.
Hey friends, try this kahoot!
Also at our meeting today, we will talk about library scheduling, a bookmark contest, and White Pine!
Hey, here is a guide for researching Mesopotamia using school and board resources:
Mesopotamia Research Guide
Note that it is a google doc and can only be accessed if you are logged into your TDSB account.