are pages that offer students selected resources in a variety
on a topic they are researching. They provide a head start for
as they begin their research project.
To find books in the MHS Media Center,
open Spectrum (the electronic card catalog) located on the student desktop. Most materials on Southeast Asia
will be found between 950 and 959 in both the numbered and reference sections in the
media center. Type in the topic you want to search.
If you don't already have a topic, some of the subject headings you can look
titles we have are:
|Barnes, Ian R.
The History Atlas of Asia. New York,
NY: Macmillan, 1998.
East Asia : From Chinese
Predominance to the Rise of the
Pacific Rim. New York: Oxford Univ. Press,
Eastern Asia : An
Introductory History. 3rd ed. Melbourne,
Australia: Longman Cheshire, 2000.
A Short History of Asia : Stone
Age to 2000 AD. New York:
St. Martin's Press, 2000.
Chronicle of the Chinese
Emperors : The Reign-by-reign
Record of the Rulers of Imperial China. New
York: Thames and Hudson, 1998.
Goldberg, Enid A. Genghis Khan : 13th Century Mongol
Tyrant. New York: Franklin Watts, 2008.
Bergreen Laurence.. Marco Polo : From Venice
to Xanadu. New York: A. A. Knopf, 2008.
| A Historical
Atlas of South Asia. Edited by Joseph E. Schwartzberg. Chicago, IL:
of Chicago Press, 1978.
|Embree, Ainslie Thomas.
Asian History. New York: Scribner,
SELECTED WEB SITES
databases of magazine articles, a biography resource, and health and business
references. Try Reference Center Gold, Expanded Academic ASAP, and Biography
reference center including books, magazines, newspapers, pictures, maps,
articles from the Boston Globe (1980 - current), Boston Herald (1991 -
current), and ten other Massachusetts newspapers.
-- 2 electronic encyclopedias-- New Book of Knowledge and
Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia. Articles in these encyclopedias link you to other
articles and also to relevant web sites where you can find more information on your topic.
These databases are also available from
home. You can gain access to these resources from
home by going to the Answers...To Go! web page made available from the Northeast
Massachusetts Regional Library System:
and enter your public library
card number (from Methuen or any MVLC member library)
where you are prompted for a patron or user number.