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Jefferson Middle School: AVID Career Research

My Next Move Interest Profiler

QUEST Research Model

Eagleton, Maya B., and Elizabeth Dobler. Reading the Web: Strategies for Internet Inquiry. New York:  Guilford, 2007. Print. 
(Reprinted with permission of the Guilford Press)

Citations

Citations tell your audience where you got the information in your project. They give your sources credit for their work. CItations also allow readers to explore your subject more. 

Career Cruising

Kids.gov

Wisconsin Career Pathways

Bureau of Labor Statistics

Junior Achievement

Prezi

PowerPoint