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Resources to Use - Online Library Catalog (Destiny)

Click the Destiny Quest icon to access our online library catalog!

Reminders:

 - Fun features - shelf browse, advanced search, and citation creator.
 - Remember to use your keywords!  Be both creative and specific.
 - The 200's and 300's are a great place to search (reference, DVDs, and non-fiction).

 

Resources to Use - Databases

Here are two helpful databases to use when researching for your presentation:

Hint:  The username and password are the five-digit address of the school.

Reminders: 

  • Don't forget helpful features such as Advanced Search, Filters, Limit, and Sort by.

 

Staff Directory

Amelia Davis

School Librarian
Phone: 240-283-3236
Email: davis@olgchs.org

Cindy Miller

School Library Aide
Phone: 240-283-3237
Email:  miller@olgchs.org

 

Assignment Information

Download the following document for project guidelines:

 

Resources Recommended by Mr. Bache

  • Catechism of the Catholic Church
  • Catholic Social Teaching Documents   (www.osjspm.org & www.usccb.org)
  • Class Handouts & Readings
  • Theology Periodicals (in Media Center or available on-line)  Commonweal, America, U.S. Catholic, NCR
  • Databases: Gale's Opposing Viewpoints and Gale Student Resources in Context
  • Major News Media:  Time, Washington Post, New York Times, etc.
  • Websites – reputable, academic sources, NO blogs, opinion  -- please check if you are in doubt.

 

Evaluating Websites

Check out the following resources to better evaluate websites:

UC Berkeley - Evaluating Web Pages - Questions to Ask

Train your eye and your fingers to employ a series of techniques that help you quickly find what you need to know about web pages; train your mind to think critically, even suspiciously, by asking a series of questions that will help you decide how much a web page is to be trusted.

 

Refresher on How to Research in the Media Center

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