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Afro-Eurasia Research Project: Home

Passwords!

Need a password for a Database or eBook?

Go to the  WHS Library homepage and click on passwords to access any database or ebook linked on this guide.

The Research Process

1. EXPLORE: Explore information on your topic. Learn basic background info and facts: Who? What? Where? When? 

2. ASK: Ask questions. Develop and refine a research question based on what you learned in your exploratory research. 

3. FIND: Find and evaluate sources. Look for sources that deepen your knowledge of your topic.

4. GATHER: Gather important info - go deep! Read actively, take notes, keep track of sources. What info is useful?

5. CONNECT: Connect your notes back to your research question. Can you answer your question? Do you need more info? Has your evidence led you to a new question?

6. PITCH: Pitch your ideas. Summarize your research and propose a product to your teacher or a peer. 

7. CREATE: Create your product with pride!

Looking for a nonfiction book?

Helpful Call Numbers for nonfiction books for this project:

950 - 958   Asia 

960 - 968   African 

969            Southern Indian Ocean Islands

Citing your Sources!

Best Practices:

  • Create a new project in your mybib.com account as soon the project is assigned.
  • Add each source into mybib as you find it and you will have a list of all your sources so you will not forget or lose any.