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Concord Middle School Library

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Pre-Research Topic Centers

Ancient Greece - Online Resources

Cite your source BEFORE you start taking notes
Write your annotation when you create your citation - it will help with your note-taking

We are using MyBib to create your source citations.

Introductory Tutorials

 
How to Cite Websites
    1. Select WEBSITE on MyBib
    2. Copy/paste the url into the search box
    3. Highlight the website 
    4. Add the date you accessed the website / CHECK THE INFORMATION TO BE SURE IT IS ACCURATE
    5. Add your annotation
        (identify the source type, and provide a short description of the information this source will provide for your research)

link for video tutorial
website

How to Cite Online Databases
    1. Select MORE on MyBib
‚Äč    2. Select "Write/Paste Citation"
    3. Find the pre-made citation on the database page: highlight/copy the entire citation, including the url
    4. Paste the citation into the box provided in "Write/Paste Citation"
    5. Add your annotation 
       (identify the source type, and provide a short description of the information this source will provide for your research)

 

link for video tutorial
Online Database

 

How to Cite Books
    1. Select BOOK on MyBib
    2. Either enter the ISBN number in box provided to search for the book; OR select "enter manually"
    3. Using the ISBN number will auto-fill the fields, if the book is recognized and found
    4. Add your annotation 
       (identify the source type, and provide a short description of the information this source will provide for your research)


link for video tutorial
Books

 

How to Cite Videos
   1. Select VIDEO on MyBib
   2. Copy/paste the url into the search box
   3. Highlight the video
   4. Check for the author, date of publication CHECK THE INFO - MAKE SURE IT IS ACCURATE
   5. Add our annotation
       (identify the source type, and provide a short description of the information this source will provide for your research)


link for video tutorial
Video

 

 

  Ancient and Medieval History Online (published by Infobase)
     Click on the image to get to the log in page, then click on the link for 
    Ancient and Medieval History.  Be sure to check out the videos as well as the articles. 
    This database specializes in Ancient Civilizations.

    Log in required: UN: concord. PW: middle

    

  Scholastic Go!
    Explore nonfiction texts, world newspapers, videos and more

    This is a research database.
    Log in for remote access only
 :   UN: concord   PW: school


 World Book (published by World Book) 
    
A reference source that includes thousands of articles, research tools, multimedia, and
    primary sources.  
Start your search with a general search term...then narrow your
    search by exploring their linked resource
s.
    Log in required:  UN: cpshome   PW: patriots
    


 Britannica School (Published by Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc.)     
     A general reference encyclopedia.  Good for videos and general overview information.
     You can select different reading levels.

     No log in required      

To access these eBooks in our online catalog:  
Revised instructions - links below are not working!
1. Go to the DESTINY CATALOG and select Sanborn - catalog

2. Search for the title of the book (see choices below)
3. Make sure you see the ebook symbol. 

4. Click OPEN  to read on your computer

5. Log in (regular computer log in: UN: first initial, last name, grad year. PW: C number (student id))

 

Ancient Athens 
daily life in Athens,
sculpture, 
festivals, 

Ancient Greece 
daily life, buildings,
food, jobs

Ancient Greek Civilization 
warfare, clothes, inventions,
trade, and agriculture

The Battle of Marathon
examines weapons
and strategies

Alexander the Great
Life of Alexander
the Great

Marathon
Battles of Thermopolae,
Salamis, Plataea

The 100 Most
Influential
 Scientists
Archimedes, Plato, 
Pythagoras, Hippocrates,

Euclid, Aristotle

 

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When you are using a website, it is your responsibility to
evaluate it to determine that it is an authoritative source. 

Ancient Greece
Ancient-Greece.org
PBS: The Greeks
British Museum
The Ancient Greek World
Aristotle Summary
BBC Bitesize: Ancient Greece
Ancient Olympics
The Ancient House
Exploring Illness