The purpose of this project is to assemble, annotate, recommend, and share resources on the Cold War, such as books and reference books, magazine articles, and websites. This bibliography is social in the sense that it allows students to view resources recommended by classmates and teachers.
Using the MLA style, (1) cite, (2) recommend one useful resource on the cold war, (3) and put this citation in the shared NoodleTools folder.
Recommendations may include books and reference sets, eBooks, magazine articles, and websites. Your recommendation must state 4 good reasons for recommending this source, for example:
Authority/Authorship (Who is responsible for this resource?)
Coverage (What topics are covered?)
Accuracy (How reliable is the information? Can it be supported by other sources?)
Currency (If this is a website, are the hyperlinks still active? Does the information need to be updated?)
Objectivity (Who is the audience? What is the purpose? Are there any biases or opinions indicated by the author?)
Presentation (What are the graphics and illustrations like? Is the text easy to read?)
Interviews: Give the name of the person interviewed, the kind of interview (personal, telephone, email) and the date.
Ex: Norris, Kathleen. Personal interview. 15 Mar. 2010.
If you don't have an account:
See Ms. Granbery for the school password.