Friday, November 13, 2020

Humanities 3 Research!

 Hello Humanities 3 students, this post is for you, a master post of all the sources you can use for your Hum 3 paper research and all the ways the library can help you!


Finding Sources


Recommended databases: 
Use the password "fenway" to access databases from home.
  • Gale in Context U.S. History                                                                                                      This Database is your go-to for Hum 3! There are thousands of great articles for you to use as sources.

Video tutorials on how to use the Library Databases:
eBooks:

Creating Citations

  • All articles in the recommended databases will create the citation for you. Look at the bottom of the article for the "MLA Citation".
  • KnightCite will create citations for you if you look up the title of a book or article.  HOWEVER, you should always double check if the citation is complete.
  • Purdue OWL explains how to create citations for all kinds of sources
Make sure you create your citations in MLA style!


Determining Reliability

Use the CRAAP test to decide if a source is reliable:
  • Currency
  • Relevancy
  • Accuracy
  • Authority
  • Purpose
Click here for a blank CRAAP test worksheet.

Check out these other useful ways to evaluate sources.


Getting Writing Help

The library is open and able to help with research, writing, and proofreading your essay! Come Join us during WIN block. You can also always ask Ms. Marz for help and we will be there for you.

Monday, March 23, 2020

Hello from the library while you're at home!


We are still working hard, and have plenty of stories and information to offer you.

Here are some of the resources that you have available:


Sora, Your Digital Library

You can also add your Boston Public Library card to your Sora account for even more books and audiobooks! Email Ms. Marz or Ms. Solano to find out how.




Need Research for your online classwork?


Check out the databases, and remember that the password is fenway.


Want to watch free movies, plays, TV, listen to music, read graphic novels, learn a new language and so much more?

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Check out all the awesome resources and these temporary but still amazing resources 
from the Boston Public Library. 
You can email Ms. Marz or Ms. Solano for your BPL information and PIN.


Remember that we are just on the other end of an email! 

We would love to hear from you and talk to you, so send us a message if you need help, want to share a joke, or just want to say hi. 




Monday, January 6, 2020

New Year, New You, New Goals?

Welcome back, and Happy 2020! 
The New Year is a time of renewal of focus and a great time to learn something you haven't before. 
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Anything on here look like something you want to do? 
Talk to a librarian and we will help you find resources on how!