FINDING CREDIBLE WEBSITES
Use EasyBib to Reasearch, Take Notes, Create your outline, and Prepare your Bibliography.
1. You must activate your Google Docs account so you can login to EasyBib.
2. Login to EasyBib using your Google Docs account credentials
3. Research - use the steps of research listed below
4. Start your outline
5. Create notes from your research sources and attach the notes into your outline
6. Create your poster
PREPARE: Gather Keywords
Use these words and phrases to search World Book Encyclopedia, Destiny library catalog, EasyBib, Nettrekker, or History Reference Center. If you find helpful keywords and subjects while researching "steal them" and USE them!!
VIDEO: Evaluating websites
STEP 1 - Choose a Topic
Use an encyclopedia if you need further information when selecting a topic.
TOPICS to CONSIDER:
- Danger signs of relationship abuse
- Characteristics of a healthy dating relationship
- Resources in your school and/or town for abuse victims
- Strategies for helping a friend who's being abused
- Search encyclopedia for background information. Copy and paste your source citation
STEP 3 - RESEARCH: Find a database article
- Search for database articles. Gather information and prepare a source citation.
STEP 4 - CREDIBLE WEBSITES: Find timelines and information
SEARCH ON YOUR OWN
- Search. Select a website and use Web Evaluation guide to determine credibility. Gather information. Prepare a source citation
- Search and find ONLY credible websites. Gather information. Prepare a source citation.
- Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence: Dating Violence
- American Psychological Association: Love Doesn't Have to Hurt
- Break the Cycle
- Domestic Violence & Incest Resource Centre: When Love Hurts
- Love is Not Abuse
- National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
- National Violence Against Women Prevention Resource Center
- NationalYouth Violence Prevention Resource Center: Teen Dating violence
- Office of the Attorney General, Wathington State: Teen Dating Violence
- U.S. Department of Justice: Office on Violence Against Women