Curated Resources for Classes in the Library Today
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Period 1 – CHY4U1
Ms. Gaudette’s Grade 12 History class is working in the Library on their Essay.
JSTOR is an excellent resource for the Humanities. Whilst logged into the TDSB network, there are no ID/PW issues. When using the database remotely, remember that you are provided access to JSTOR through your Toronto Public Library card. Please check the TPL’s website for information.
Fordham University has created an Internet Sourcebook that provides primary source documents different civilizations and eras across History.
The Library’s Catalogue also will allow you on-site and remote access to our Print, Electronic and Streaming Video Collection. We actually have a very robust collection of Primary Sources found in our print collection.
You will be using the 17th updated version of the Chicago Manual of Style.
Yes, there is now a 17th Edition. Which means the old PDF or printout you’ve used in the past is now obsolete. You are welcome to take it out of your binder and (safely and neatly) throw it into the Blue Bin. Shooting for 3 works, but I’d suggest an aggressive dunk.
The new file can be found right here at Chicago Citation at Laurier.
The basics are unchanged, but we feel that this new resource will provide you with a thorough overview of the expectations laid out by the 17th Edition of the Chicago Manual of Style.
Look at this slide show for basics on how/where/when to use the Footnotes.
Here is an example essay file called From the dawn of time where you see how footnotes work.
We’ll go over Chicago Citation formatting later on in the Semester.
Period Three- CHW3M
Mr. Kosowan’s Grade 11 Ancient Civilization class will be coming to the Library to research for their Buzzfeed Egypt assignment.
Your assignment is here:Egyptian Buzzfeed
Have a look at the Buzzfeed listicles Mr. Kosowan has listed for examples:
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The Library Catalogue allows you remote access to our print, digital and streaming resources from anywhere at any time. To access this resource, you’ll simply need your TDSB log-in information.
Instead of just going to Google, you’d all be well-served to consult the following database as well.
As part of your presentation, you will need to show your sources in a Bibliography using Chicago style. Remember that your audience needs to see what’s on your slide, so make sure that you choose a suitable font & size.
A good website to look at is Ancient History Encyclopedia, found here:
Remember where to find help creating footnotes and Bibliography in Chicago form>
You may need to refer to Laurier’s handy Chicago Style handout. The file can be found right here at Chicago Citation at Laurier.
An example of a slide would look like this: