Welcome to the Romeo and Juliet Project!
You will find print and online resources for your project.
At the conclusion of this lesson you will know:
What is a database and how to use limiters and tools
How to select key words for searching in a database.
The link below connects to the school library catalog.
Search the school library catalog.
The link below connects to the Palos Verdes Public Library catalog.
Search the PVLD library catalog
PVPHS EBSCO E-Books
We have 20,000, mostly nonfiction, e-books.
Type your subject in the search box.
These items may be accessed on any device with internet.
They will not download to an e-reader.
EBSCO History and General Subject EBooks
PVPHS Library Databases
ABC Clio Solutions (Several databases in one place).Search all at one time or select the most appropriate for your topic.
General subjects covered in both English and Spanish
Britannica (Spanish language) Database
Palos Verdes Public Library Databases
Search for your subject in "Academic Search Complete."
Use Barcode: 29350002271571 if you do not have a PVLD library card.
PVLD Databases for Research
Citations in MLA Format
Type in the title of your book, article,etc.and your citation will magically appear!
More info on MLA style and format.
Owl at Purdue
Websites for all areas of Renaissance information. Click on the links below and type your subject in the SEARCH box.
Metropolitan Museum Renaissance Project
Scroll through the list to locate an essay about a specific topic.
Victoria and Albert Museum - Renaissance
Websites for specific Renaissance topics.
Recipes from British Museum Cookbook
Renaissance Costume and Social Class
University of Michigan Renaissance Clothing
Renaissance Dance - Library of Congress
History of Medicine- Renaissance Period
Renaissance Childbirth Practices
Renaissance Marriage and Courtship
Renaissance Marriage Practice
Musical Instruments of the Renaissance
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