While many good resources can indeed be found on the free web (Google), it is important to teach students the value and benefits of library databases and how to use them.
Discuss the similarities and differences with your students.
Use the tabs to direct your students to different types of information - make sure to let them know what they will find in each type and why they should consult those resources.
To find scholarly articles related to your topic, search through these essential, comprehensive humanities databases.
Some of these databases are focused on topics related to U.S. History and contain scholarship and secondary sources. Other databases focus on articles from history adjacent disciplines that may be helpful to explore more of your topic.
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