Did you know there are many free resume templates available online? A quick search for "resume template Google Doc" returned hundreds of sample resumes and templates in a Google Docs format that are ready to edit.
Two possibilities for students can be found here:
Student Resume Template
High School Resume Template
To use either template, just click on the link, save a copy into your Google Drive and start editing!
What can Google Drive do for you?
Can I trust the information on a website? Is it biased?
Help is available! Use the following to help you determine whether a source is credible (believable or trustworthy) or not.
APA Style is commonly used for research papers and scholarly papers in the areas of Psychology and other social sciences. However, APA style is commonly used in college classes in all subject areas for papers. Click on the image above for a tutorial with samples of required pages, or use the links below and at the left for more help.
Take a look at some of the options available for free on the Presenting page to create interesting, media rich presentations for your projects.
Animation...Slideshows...Digital Posters...Digital Magazines and more!
Gale's Biography in Context database gives you access to more biographies than you can imagine. Search by name or by occupation/category. This is an excellent resource, but you have to have a Las Vegas-Clark County Library District Library Card to use it!
Biography in Context
Apply for a Library Card (Easiest method is to stop by your local branch.)
Use this document to organize and summarize your research. You can save a copy and edit this in Google Drive, MS Word, OpenOffice, as well as other formats.
MVHS Research Organizer - Google Drive
MVHS Research Organizer - MS Word
Sample Research Organizer - .pdf file
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It is time for a good oral debate in Mr. Bushman's class, but arguments are stronger when there is research behind them! When using websites for research, be sure to evaluate them for bias. Using facts from PETA without another source to support those facts definitely hurts the credibility of the argument. Timeliness is key, as well! Facts that are too old may have little or no relevance to your argument today!