Hover over the picture and click on the buttons that come up to find information on your topic. Don't forget to cite the source! (The sources citation is the link you go to, not this LibGuide page.)
You need to access NoodleTools through Classlink. Go to the Library Resource purple folder and select NoodleTools.
NoodleTools has changed it's look for the 2021-2022 school year. See how to login and create a new project in this video:
Sign into NoodleTools and create a New Project video:
Citing a Book in NoodleTools:
Database Citation in NoodleTools:
Webpage Citation in NoodleTools:
Online Video Citation in NoodleTools:
Getting your Works Cited Page to a Google Doc:
Use the resources we have already found, but also read through books and online sources you find through your own research.
Use these links to search for books and online sources.
Go to this site link (National Energy Education Development Project) where you can find short informational texts, in a variety of reading levels, for each energy topic you are researching.
Go to the Library Resources in Classlink. In here are stored links to the card catalog and databases to use to do your research.
You can search for library books by searching the library catalog.
Encyclopedia Britannica online will give you some basic information.
Research in Context is a database of general reference information. Use good search terms to find information on your topic!
SIRS Issues Researcher is a database of controversial topics and you might find some useful information here!
GVRL (Gale Virtual Reference Library) also has a couple of ebooks you can use for this project.
Explora is a general references database from Badgerlink (a free resource to everyone in the state of Wisconsin). This is also a great resource to look up information on your topic.