Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Absolutism


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First, you will need to understand Absolutism, and for that, we recommend:
      • your textbook
      • ABC-CLIO: World History: Modern Era
      • History Reference Center


To access these, click on link to NCHS library database page, and enter the generic user name and password in this guidebook (you will need to log in to Google Apps to see the document).

Click on link below to see the rest of your instructions.


Citing sources:

Please open Google Apps to access your EasyBib account. The slide deck below will walk you through the steps.



Add new resources as you go. Remember that ABC-CLIO and EasyBib "talk" to each other. Here is a refresher:




When using other databases, there is a way to copy and paste the databases citations into EasyBib.




Notecards:

You will be asked to sue the EasyBib note-card feature for your research notes. 



Here is the template for note-taking in EasyBib (for practice):



Here is the rubric for your EasyBib note-taking:



Databases:

To access these, click on link to NCHS library database page, and enter the generic user name and password in this guidebook (you will need to log in to Google Apps to see the document).

        • ABC-CLIO
        • History Reference Center
        • Biography Reference Bank
        • Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Books:

    Online catalog, Books, eBooks & websites:

    Accessing ABC-CLIO ebooks in Destiny
    Awesome table you NEED to look at:









    When on campus, use print books from library shelves (titles). When at home, use eBooks (digital resources tab)




    Keywords:

    This following keyword chart will be helpful for locating resources in the catalog, and in the databases. 

    Can't see the chart? Click here for larger picture!

    Check spellings as you work! there may be alternative spellings and search phrases, depending on where you are searching (i.e., Catherine II instead of Catherine the Great, or know where your person is from, i.e., Montezuma/Moctezuma, etc.) Make notes of alternative spellings in the forum below. Use the chart! That's why it is there.  

    Quotes and Images:

    Try Bartelby.com
    Also try Internet Modern History Sourcebook
    Also, there are a bunch of primary source/documents books in the 909s. Peruse those for quotes by or about your rulers.

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