Let's practice with citations!
The National History Day Student Resources page has everything you need to learn about this year's theme, the project categories, and how to create your entry.
For this year's contest, the theme is Frontiers in History: People, Places, Ideas.
I have a topic... NOW WHAT?
1. Keywords: Brainstorm a list of search terms related to your topic.
2. Destiny: Use our online catalog to find print and multimedia resources in our school library.
3. eBooks: Gale eBooks is a virtual reference library with encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for history research.
4. NHD Curated Collections: Search helpful research links curated by National History Day on the Partners Resources Page.
5. Online Subscription Databases: Find reliable primary and secondary sources using our school and public library databases. Be sure to click the Social Studies tab.
6. Citations: Organize your research using Noodle Tools to cite sources, create and organize notecards, and generate an annotated bibliography.
National History Day Student Resource Center Start here! Select RESEARCH LINKS for organizations, museums, national libraries, history topics, photos, maps, music & more
World Digital Library Manuscripts, rare books, maps, photographs, and other important cultural documents from all countries, 8000 BCE to 2000 CE
US History Matters
World History Matters
HHS Primary Documents Page
The Library of Congress Digital Collections
The National Archives