Sources for Research
When conducting research, the task of utilizing credible sources in an age of information is incredibly important to the validity of your work.

PHS Resources
NC WiseOwl
Enter High School Zone for InfoTrac, Ebsco Database for journals and magazines, and other resources such as Britannica Online. A password is required if working from home. Please see your English teacher or Mrs. Purtill for more info.
Providence HS Library HORIZON Portal
SIRS Knowledge Source
*If at home, a username and password are required for SIRS. Please see your English teacher or Mrs. Purtill for more info.

Free Research Databases
Berkley Electronic Press
Google Scholar
Social Sciences Research Network

Government Organizations
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Congressional Budget Office (CBO)
Congressional Research Service (CRS)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Federal Reserve Board (The Fed)
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
O*Net (US Dept. of Labor)

Library Resources
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library System
The Library of Congress
The New York Public Library
Queens University of Charlotte Everett Library
UNC-Charlotte J.Murrey Atkins Library

The Boston Globe
The Chicago Tribune
The Financial Times of London
The Los Angeles Times
The New York Times
The Washington Post

Brown Journal of World Affairs
Business Week
The Economist
Foreign Affairs
Foreign Policy
Harvard International Review
MIT Sloan Management Review
Policy Review
US News & World Report

Think Tanks
American Enterprise Institution
Brookings Institution
Cato Institute for Public Policy
Center for Democracy
Economic Policy Institute
Heritage Foundation
Hoover Institute (Stanford)

Visual Resources
American Memory
Google Images
Heritage Image Partnership
Images Canada
The New York Public Library Digital Gallery
Picture Australia

Web Resources, Misc.
The Avalon Project (Documents in Law, History, and Diplomacy) Yale University
BBC News
Google Books
Making of America (19th Century Books and Docs)
National Public Radio
NCLive Video Collection
TED Talks