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LibGuides for 11th Grade

AT Science Research (Instructor Cotter)

History (Dr. Slater, Ms. McKannon)

       European History Research Guide

US History Research Guide

       Plagiarism and Copyright

       Current Events and Fake News

English (Instructor Bugni)

       European Literature Research Guide

       Plagiarism and Copyright

Environmental Chemistry Elective (Ms. Brownridge)

       Research Project

Health Science Applications (Mr. Schafer)

       Encyclopedia of Public Health eBook

       Health Promotion and Wellness eBook

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