civil rights

English 9 / Freshmen English

  • If you did not receive a database orientation in your class, please watch the tutorial vidoes below on "What is a database?" and "How to use a database."  If you have questions, contact the librarian using the chat box below.

    To Kill A Mockingbird / Civil Rights Research Project

    ELibrary

    ELibrary is the database we primarily recommend you use for this project

    Proquest History Research Library

    This history database also has resources on these topics, but is targeted for college students.  This is a secondary resource for this project.  

    For database logins & passwords, please ask your teacher or contact the librarian using the chat function at the bottom of the page or email Ms Beaman at beamana@luhsd.net.

    Works Cited Pages

    If you use eLibrary, use the "Cite" link to get the citation for your article or image.  For articles or photos found using Google, you can use EasyBib to help with your citations.  

    If you use Google for an image, use the format below to cite it.  

    Works Cited  
    Structure Article or Web page Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Image Title.” Website Name, Day Month Year Published, URL.
    Example

    Haigney, Sophie. “‘The Scream’ is Fading. New Research Reveals Why.” The New York Times, 7 Feb. 2020, www.nytimes.com/2020/02/07/arts/design/the-scream-edvard-munch-science.html.

     Click here to view the example on EasyBib


    Video Tutorials 

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