databases, web collections, e-books etc.
If you are using these databases at home, you will need a password. To access passwords, you have these options:
Important to remember:
Whether your sources are print or online, you must keep track of them. You should be able to identify which ideas came from which sources. The "purple" provide an easy organized tracker that you can later use to create a Works Cited List. You can find print copies of the purple sheets in the Citation Station beside the front bookcase. You can also find electronic versions here.
Articles with arguments and counter-arguments on Canadian social issues. Info and resources organized by topic area - very handy! Citation tools.
Great for Phys Ed and Science research on health, disease, mental health, and medical topics. Info is aimed at a teen audience.
Ottawa Public Library Resources
If you have trouble accessing through these links, many of these databases are available on the Ottawa Public Library website. You need your library card to gain access.
Curio is CBC's educational streaming service. You can find documentaries from television and radio, news reports and more, including shows like The Nature of Things, Kim's Convenience, and Canada's Smartest Person.
Find out how to get a free account here.