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Alabama Virtual Library A World of Knowledge at Your Fingertips
The Alabama Virtual Library provides all students and teachers with online access to library and information resources.
Once you have accessed the site, choose the appropriate age group or topic.
You will now have access to dictionaries, magazines, newspapers, author biographies and much more.
Access Science provides access to up to date news articles and books relating to science and technology.
It also provides study guides, biographies and a science dictionary.
The African-American History site has numerous helpful timelines, biographies, images and charts.
The Encyclopedia Britannica Online can be accessed from AVL. It includes an Atlas, Dictionary and Thesaurus.
Welcome to the Alabama Virtual Library (AVL). What is the AVL? AVL provides all students, teachers, and citizens of the State of Alabama with online.
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Journals Magazines Newspapers Reference sources Websites Databases.
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Choosing Resources for Information An almanac contains facts such as weather, population, currency, and geography facts. Almanac.
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High School students can go further with Britannica Online School Edition! © 2008 Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Schools may duplicate.
The sources Encyclopedia: book or set of books containing articles on various topics, usually in alphabetical arrangement, covering all branches of knowledge.
STATE THE STEPS FOR CHOOSING A TOPIC
You’ll be surprised how much there is to discover with Britannica Online Public Library Edition! © 2008 Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Libraries may duplicate.
Online Resources Great for research, projects, and LEARNING, LEARNING, LEARNING!
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Britannica Online School Edition supports your state’s curriculum standards! © 2006 Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Schools may duplicate.
REFERENCE MATERIALS. Types of Reference Materials Almanac Atlas Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations Internet Dictionary Thesaurus Encyclopedia Periodical Index.
You will need 2-3 sources for your research paper. Sources must include the following types: -A print source -A website -An online article.
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Database Research. The following databases are recommended for your use Student Resource Center Gold SIRS Knowledge Source.
Finding Information Online Objectives: Students will be able to distinguish between web search tools and library search tools and understand the types.
Using Resources. Finding Information Where to look: –Books –Encyclopedias –Dictionary –Magazines –Maps –Internet –People (interviews with experts) –Newspapers.
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