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Books for Meaningful Change

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LibGuides — portal for curated research starting points

 Global Issues in Context – Expert information & resources primary sources, international news, photographs, video clips, interviews & podcasts.  (squalicum)   Click Here for Access from home

scienceincontext Science in Context – Primary source information for all your Science research. Begin your research projects here!  (squalicum)

proqicon_000 Full-text articles from a wide range of journals, magazines, & newspapers for your research needs. From home:  (10-18602REMOTE, bigchalk)

opposingviewpoints Opposing Viewpoints provides current issues supported with both perspectives using articles, debates, controversies, statistics, expert resources. (squalicum)

elibrary

Full-text Articles, photographs, newspapers, maps, ebooks, radio transcripts, magazines (10-18602REMOTE, bigchalk)

 

geoicon_000World Geography – Detailed cultural information about every country in the world. (squalstorm)

world-religions  World Religions database – covers everything about all world religions.(squalstorm)

culturegrams Culture Grams Detailed information about every country in the world.

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YA Book Podcasts  

Hazel & Katniss & Harry & Starr

This weekly podcast brings together two YA lovers, Brenna Clarke Gray and Joe Lipsett, who talk about YA books and their subsequent adaptations. 

Current Events link:  Newsela

Looking for a humorous take on the news? Try The Onion!

You can also use:  Global Issues in Context    – This database  gives perspectives on International news and current events. 

 

Google books – Free eBooks

eBooks  – 9 online full reference books.

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