Willmar High School
Instructional Media Center (IMC) -» eLibrary
Students: You have an eReader on your iPad called BryteWave K-12.You can download books from the WHS eBook Library (called FollettShelf)to read from any wi-fi hotspot in the world using Enlight!
What should I read next? What is the order of titles in a series? Answer these questions and more! Checks our catalog for you!FactsOn FileBloom's Literature This resource contains more than 20,000 critical essays from over 500 literary journals and 2,300 scholarly and critical books, including 700 titles published by Bloom's Literary Criticism and Facts On File. Also included in the database are more than 13,000 biographies, 45,000 character entries, 5,000 synopses of literary works and hundreds of images and videos.
The Free Automatic Bibliography and Citation Generator
Citation machine helps students and professional researchers to properly credit the information that they use.
Its primary goal is to make it so easy for student researchers to cite their information sources, that there is virtually no reason not to -- because...
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Explore the updated online encyclopedia from Encyclopaedia Britannica with hundreds of thousands of articles, biographies, videos, images, and Web sites.
This is it...you have arrived!The Electronic Library for Minnesota contains a number of databases to help high school students find trustworthy content to complete homework and research projects.
Topics -» ArtsUse these databases to find information on art, dance, music, philosophy, and more. -» Use these databases to find business and economic information. -»
Use these databases to find buying guides and consumer product reviews. -» Use these databases to find background information in all subject areas. -» Use these databases to find health and medical information. -» Use these databases to research history and social studies topics. -» Use these databases to find literature and language arts information. -» Use these databases to find newspaper articles and current events coverage. -» Use these databases to research science and math topics. -» Social Science Use these databases to find information on political science, sociology, law, and more. -» Spanish Language Use these databases to find Spanish-language articles.What is a Primary Source? (from University of Minnesota Libraries)
Primary sources are original records created at the time historical events occurred or well after
events in the form of memoirs and oral histories. Primary sources include manuscripts, diaries,
letters, rare books, historical photographs, first-hand accounts or documentary sources on a subject,
person, event or issue. These sources serve as the raw material to interpret the past, and when they
are used along with previous interpretations by historians, they provide the resources necessary
for historical research.
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