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1) Create a new project in NoodleTools where you can track your citations
2) Familiarize yourself with your country by first reading a general overview article in WorldBook or Britannica online encyclopedias (linked below).
3) Remember to use the usernames / passwords listed below each databases to access while off campus
Primary vs Secondary Sources
Step 1: Read passage for understanding
Step 2: Go back through and highlight, underline, or circle critical terms that cannot be rephrased (such as names, dates, locations). You can consider those terms for reuse, but it's not mandatory.
Step 3: Rewrite using your own words
Primary and secondary source material for historical research
Includes the complete encyclopedia, world atlas and more.
Millions of rights-cleared images from one trusted site
Information on the cultures of 187 countries & territories in reports that include maps, statistics and recipes
World Book Encyclopedia
Online Reference Center including World Atlas, Dictionary, World Book Kids, World Book Advanced, and Spanish Language Encyclopedia
World Religions Online
Explores religion and spirituality in an unbiased manner, from the ceremonies of the first practitioners to the rituals of today