Renaissance Resources

Use the PowerSearch box to search a wide range of Gale resources. Once your results have appeared, 
select Books in the left-hand column to get the best resources for this project. 

   The Gale Virtual Reference Library consists of electronic books that can be searched 
 individually or as a complete collection. Choose History from the categories offered, and page down to the bottom and select the World History Encyclopedia. Type your search term in the box on the left to search within that publication. 
   History Reference Center contains nearly 57,000 historical documents, more than 78,000 
 biographies, and 1,620 books, as well as photographs, maps, and historical videos.
   Salem History is an online database that contains the complete content of printed reference  
 sets, including Milestone Documents, The Decades, Great Events from History, and more.
 Google Advanced Search allows you to use the power of Google and still find resources appropriate for academic papers and projects. Type your topic into the search box at the top, page down to where it says "Search within a site or domain," and type in .edu to find site associated with colleges and universities.
Britannica HS  Britannica High School Edition provides authoritative articles on a variety of Renaissance topics. Be sure to click on The Web's Best Sites in the Expand Your Research box; these site have been vetted by experts and can be considered authoritative as well.
Discovery Education provides video segments and photographs of many historical and cultural events. User: knightstudent  Password: knights  Choose Streaming, 9-12, and narrow your results by clicking in the left-hand column.

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