History Browsing Guide
Student Topic Guides History Social Sciences
Online Catalogs and Periodicals Databases
Inclusion OutsideReadings (Dushkin)
Fall River History Photo CDs
Teacher Web Support for PBS Programs
PBS Frontline Home Page
PBS People's Century Home Page
Commonwealth Museum Home Page
SCORESchools of California Online Resources for EducationThis site rates web sites, and allows searching for them by both grade level and subject.
The Keeley Library Student
Topic Guides include web links.To access these, click on
ONLINE CATALOGS AND PERIODICALS DATABASES
Periodicals Database via SAILS
or via SEMLS
You need to enter your library barcode number to use these online databases from home of from one of the school labs.
Infotrac Web Electric Library Boston Globe
SIRS Researcher EBSCO and more............
Each database has a different emphasis.
|SAILS Online Catalog
See the Keeley Library Home Page for links to our catalog
If you want to search the catalog of libraries outside of the SAILS network, go to the
Massachussetts Library and Information Network Select Catalogs to see University and other catalogs.
|To see the list
of full-text periodical titles useful for Social Studies, see these links:
General Reference Center Academic ASAP See library staff about these resources.
Guides for Teachers
Biography Reference Books
American History Jackdaws
|SIRS Reprints, continued online by SIRS Researcher after 1997.|
|Time Almanac Teacher's Guide and activity booklet.||Grolier Online Encyclopedia
Encarta Online Encyclopedia
See also Video List
MICROFILM AND MICROFICHE
Great Events from History 1
Women's History, a Literature of Struggle
Great Presidential Campaigns
Oral History: Memoirs from Columbia Univeristy's Oral History Collection
Great Events from History 2
Bill of Rights in the 20th Century
Youth, Law, and Justice
Electing a President:1980
Taking Sides books. There is also a teacher guide with suggestions for how these books might be used with classes.
Reference Shelf Series.
a continuation of the Editorial Research Reports series.
Each issue of this journal is devoted to one topic, and includes opposing views about the topic. These are also useful for activities that develop speaking and critical thinking skills.
SeeOutside Readings for Level 3 and 4 Classesand
The Keeley Library owns all but five of this biography series. Booklets are 30 pages long, and easy to read. A list of additional readings is included. The number in brackets is the Keeley Library Call Number for that book.
These compact booklets belong to the same set at te biography books.They are easy to read, and include short segments from primary sources at the end of each booklet.
|Annual Editions SeriesEach topic in this series contains about 50 articles reprinted from magazines and newspapers.(From Dushkin)||Global Studies series This is a set of regional studies books that gives an overview of each region and each country, and then includes a list of about 20 current news articles about each region. (From Duskin)|
River Photo CD images
Selected slides from the Fall River History Materials Project slide sets were digitized on five photo cd disks through a gift in honor of the 90th birthday of Mrs. Ruth Wilcox Hendrickson, Class of 1925.
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Jane Constant, Reference Librarian
Keeley Library, B.M.C.Durfee High School of Fall River
September, 1978 to June, 2001