What resources should I be Using?
A great video from Northeastern Illinois University:
Social Studies students will find 2 sections of the library most useful:
Calgary Public Library
It is important to be an ethical user of information. Be sure to cite your sources. The resources shown on this page have citation tools to assist you.
Cenotaph Project resources
The Gale Virtual Reference Library has useful e-books for social studies students. Look under History and Nation & World to find titles like The Encyclopedia of Genocide & Crimes Against Humanity, Middle East Conflict 2nd Edition, The Encyclopedia of Philosophy or the Worldmark Junior Encyclopedia of Nations.
For home use, your password is our school team name.
The Online Reference Centre has credible academic resources chosen specifically for Alberta students. Try Canada in Context, Curriculum Video On Demand, Global Issues in Context, World History in Context, and the Canadian Encyclopedia. IB students should try Academic OneFile.
For home use, see the Librarian for the username and password.
These websites offer credible information for Social Studies students:
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The Canadian Encyclopedia
The Canadian Museum of History
Library and Archives Canada
Canadian War Museum
Crash Course World History Playlist (YouTube)
The History Place
World Digital Library
Internet History Sourcebooks Project
Internet Modern History Sourcebook
The Victorian Web
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
The Globalization Website
Where are the Children? Healing the Legacy of Residential Schools
Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution
The World War I Document Archive
Cold War International History Project