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Medieval Mediterranean: Overview

Websites

Internet Medieval Sourcebook (translated, full-text primary sources)
https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/sbook.asp

Internet Jewish History Sourcebook (translated, full-text primary sources)

https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/jewish/jewishsbook.asp

 

Internet Islamic History Sourcebook (translated, full-text primary sources)

https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/islam/islamsbook.asp

 

Internet Global History Sourcebook (translated, full-text primary sources)

https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/global/globalsbook.asp

 

Digital Scriptorium (digitized manuscripts; useful for images)

http://www.digital-scriptorium.org/

 

Medieval Resources Online (annotated links to other websites)

http://www.leeds.ac.uk/ims-dev/med_online/medresource.html

 

Online Medieval Sources Bibliography (bibliography of primary sources, but not the sources themselves)

http://medievalsourcesbibliography.org/

 

Cartographic Images

http://www.henry-davis.com/MAPS/

 

Walters Museum online collection (digitized images)

https://art.thewalters.org

 

Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index (bibliography of primary and secondary sources; not full-text)

http://inpress.lib.uiowa.edu/feminae/Default.aspx

 

Race and Medieval Studies: A Partial Bibliography (crowdsourced bibliography; not full text)

https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1057%2Fs41280-017-0072-0.pdf

 

Global Medieval Sourcebook:

https://sourcebook.stanford.edu/

Overview

This site is meant to help you do research for your U.S. History project.  The assignment is attached under the tab "Assignments" for your reference. 

Remember to authenticate all your sources based on the R.O.A.D. criteria:

  • R Relevancy and Reliability
  • O Objectivity
  • A Authority
  • D Date

Remember to cite all your sources correctly using MLA advanced in NoodleTools.  Even pictures and statistics must be cited.

Remember to use your information ethically -- use direct quotes, paraphrase, or summarize but ALWAYS cite!

If you have any questions, please ask your teacher or Ms. Bogas

Need Help?

If you have any questions or any suggestions please contact Ms. Bogas - I'm excited to help you, and I love a good hunt!    sbogas@bentleyschool.org   OR  925-283-2101 ext. 3226

Database links

Starting a Research Project

First steps to starting a research project:

  1. open Noodletools
    ♦ If you cannot remember how to access Noodletools see Ms. Bogas
  2. create a project in Noodletools (check to see if your teacher wants you to share it with them).
    ♦ For citations and notecards

By entering all your sources into Noodletools as you do your research, you will avoid the dangers of plagiarism when you go to write and submit your project!

  1. evaluate potential sources
  2. get your feet wet by looking in reference resources to gain an overview of the topic
  3. start creating your list of keywords to help with finding information elsewhere
  4. incorporate primary source material

References sources are a type of secondary source.

 The information provided is usually quite broad, such as a subject summary or overview. 

Examples include:

  •  Encyclopedias
  •  Dictionaries
  •  Almanacs
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