Industrial Revolution Project

Social Studies 8

Purpose

This document has been put together to help you successfully complete an inquiry project based on the industrial revolution. All resources you need: print, eBook, database, websites, citations, can be found here.

Print Resources

Mrs. Allen has pulled several print resources that will be helpful for completing this research paper. Please use the OPAC to look up resources that may not have been pulled on your specific topic.

Recommended eBooks in the SCCS Collection

Creation Tools: Google Drive

Please utilize Google Drive during this inquiry project as it allows for easy collaboration. You'll find a template in your "Shared with Me" folder for the brochure. Please see Mrs. Allen if you are unable to locate this document.

Public Domain and Creative Commons Images

When completing the different components of this project, be sure to utilize images that are in the Public Domain or have Creative Commons licensing.

Citing Your Sources

  • Be sure to go to OSLIS Citation Maker to cite both textual sources and image sources.
  • Use in-text citations next to all information that is not common knowledge or is directly quoted.
  • If all information from a slide comes from the same source, you may place the in-text citation at the bottom of the page.
  • Cite images (using a proper in-text citation) below each image. A formal citation should appear in your works cited list.


For additional citation information/help, please consult Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL).