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Concord Middle School Library

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Resources

Opposing Viewpoints
Offers a variety of types of sources - including opposite points of view

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Global Issues in Context
Offers a variety of types of sources on current issues

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Research in Context
Wide variety of topics including podcasts, newspaper articles, magazines and reference

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Encyclopedia Britannica
General reference encyclopedia

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The Boston Globe
Newspaper articles; potential source of information for local topics

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eBooks are available for these topics: Instructions for accessing eBooks:

Women's rights

Women's Rights (Friedman)
Roe v. Wade 
(Hitchcock)

Science

Stem Cell Research (Scherer)
America Debates Stem Cell Research 
(Freedman)
Global Warming 
(Scherer)
Climate Change 
(Nardo)
America Debates Global Warming 
(Robinson)
Genetically Modified Foods 
(Forman) 
Animal Rights (Friedman)
Is Animal Experimentation Ethical? (Szumski)

Human and Civil Rights

Racial Profiling (Scherer)
Racial Profiling 
(Orr)
Gay Marriage 
(Friedman)
Same-sex Marriage 
(Stockland)
Prisoners' Rights 
(Hudson)
Poverty
 (Lusted)

Laws and Our World

Brown v. the Board of Education (Gitlin)
Athletes and Drug Use 
(Haugen)
Banned Books 
(Bily)
Censorship 
(Merino)
Students' Rights 
(Biy)
Illegal Immigration 
(Kenney) 
Bill of Rights 
(Rivera)
The Bill of Rights 
(Smith)
Globalization 
(Hamilton)

- Go to DESTINY (link for Peabody library - eBooks are there)

- Click on CATALOG

- Copy and paste the book title into the catalog search box, and select “Electronic Book(eBook)”  in the “Material Type” box.

- Search by clicking "Title".

- You will see suggested eBooks - click on the “Open” button for the book you want:

 

 

- You will need to log in:

 

 

- This should take you to the eBook.

 

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