Below you will find links to online resources that have been chosen by Ms. Martin to help with your assignments.
- Citation Maker (MLA)
- Sample MLA Works Cited (including List of Images Used)
a works cited is in alphabetical order, with hanging indents
- For any photos you use in a PowerPoint, pamphlet or other publication, remember to number the photo in the bottom right-hand corner, and create a separate numbered List of Images Used. Do NOT cite Google Images – cite the page where the photo is posted!
Canadian First Nations research
Try using the InfoTrac databases – I’ve pre-selected Canada in Context, CPIQ & the Gale Virtual Reference Library for you. Simply do a Subject Guide Search for “Canadian Native Peoples” and click on the subdivisions.
Here are some additional web sites to help:
- First People’s Cultural Council – info about language, arts & culture
- Library & Archives Canada: Aboriginal Heritage
- CBC Archives: Indigenous – archival video clips on a variety of issues
- Canadian Encyclopedia: Indigenous People
- Canadian Museum of History: First Peoples of Canada
- Four Directions Teachings ~ an audio narration for learning about Indigenous knowledge and philosophy from 5 First Nations in Canada; scroll down to see specific teachings, including Blackfoot, Cree, Ojibwe, Mohawk, and Mi’kmaq – click on the HTML link.
- National Film Board’s Aboriginal Peoples’ site ~ lots of great videos about Canada’s aboriginal peoples
- iPortal: Indigenous studies portal research tool ~ from the University of Saskatchewan
- Anishinaabemowin ~ this tribe’s web site includes specific legends (click on English translation), detailed information about their ceremonies, and more – use the circle menu in the top left
- Native Spirituality Guide ~ from the RCMP…”to help police officers gain an understanding of sacred ceremonies practised and sacred items carried by many Native people across Canada.”