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LIBRARY REFERENCES

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Factmonster Reference Desk: Here, you’ll find an almanac, homework center, atlas, dictionary and encyclopedia for younger students.

 

RefDesk: Check your facts quickly and easily at the RefDesk, which features a site of the day, thought of the day, and plenty of multi-search tools.

 

Little Explorers Picture Dictionary: Students learning to read will find pictures to go along with their definition results.

 

KidsClick!: This educational search engine was created by librarians and is organized by topics like society and government, machines and transportation, health and family, facts and reference, and a lot more.

 

Library of Congress Online Catalogs: We’re pretty sure most librarians have heard of this site, but it’s seriously one of the best reference sites on the Web. 

 

Library Spot: This great reference site has links to encyclopedias, Top 10 lists, business references, public libraries and a LOT more.

 

Style Guides and Resources: This reference list will help you out when you need to write a paper using APA, MLA, and other special citation systems.

 

A Glossary of the Humanities: Click on a letter to look up words, phrases and concepts that use references from Foucault, Burke, Frye and others as definitions.

 

Historical Text Archives: This site boasts nearly 687 articles and 70 books about history, especially American history.

 

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