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Note: Chat will be offline for the break weeks (6/17 - 7/4) and will resume on July 5th, 2017.
Starting July 5th, chat will be available Sunday through Thursday.
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Answered By: Jeneen LaSee-Willemssen Last Updated: Mar 04, 2016 Views: 79
Both of these databases can be accessed through your online class by clicking on the Resources tab, then clicking on the "Search e-Resources" link. Scroll through the alphabetical listing of databases and click on the title to link to that database.
Enter search terms in the textbox at the top of the page and click Search to retrieve resources.
Example: if you search for California and don't come up with things you like, you might also search a more specific place, like Yosemite National Park or you might search a more general place like the Pacific Northwest or National Parks.
- Example search: hawaii and guidebooks
- Example ebooks that are available:
Try searching online travel guide websites like TripAdvisor or Virtual Tourist. Also, most states and major cities have visitors bureaus and Chambers of Commerce that produce valuable information for travelers.