Welcome Ms. Vieth’s PPL2 & PPL3/4!
We’re here to talk to you about APA Citation and how to find information for your assignments.
This Primer on APA will help explain the basics of how you’ll be citing your work within a report as well as how to create the “References” list.The-APA-Working-File-Updated-April-26-1
OWL Purdue is another option if you need help with APA citation.
As for research, today we’re going to look within the TDSB’s Virtual Library for information that will best support your topics/assignment.
Remember to select your Grade range (9-12) and subject area (Science &/or Health) before starting to search in the yellow FIND tile.
Other options include:
- Canadian Points of View Reference Centre (database)
- Infobase eBooks (database)
- Global Issues In Context (database)
- Medline Plus
- Health Canada
- Public Health Agency of Canada
- Teen Health and Wellness (database)
Remember that the databases are password-protected and some of the passwords have changed since last year. You will need to be logged into AW to access these resources. Look for the orange Passwords & Info icon in the Virtual Library.