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September 11 Resources for High School Students

Posted 3 months ago by Kate M

Are you overwhelmed with the number of resources to help your students learn? Let the Library help! Using trusted resources and expert knowledge, our resourceful librarians have gathered a collection of credible and reliable resources – both electronic and books – on dozens of popular classroom topics, carefully curating each list to meet the curricular grade level demands.

A Library card number and pin will be required to access many of the resources listed. Need help with your card or pin? Contact your nearest location or call 419.259.5200. Need a new card?

Relevant Search Terms: 9/11, September 11, September 11 2001

Ebsco Academic Search Premiere

* This is an Ebsco database, some results may overlap those found in other Ebsco products.

9/11 Debunking the Myths (Library Card Required)

Give Peace a Chance

That Day of Infamy

Access World News

In Pictures: Inside New York's National September 11 Memorial Museum

Jon Stewart lashes out at Congress over 9/11 victims fund

Congressional Committee Report on 9/11 Due Out Tomorrow

Explora Secondary

* This is an Ebsco database, some results may overlap those found in other Ebsco products.

9/11 15 years later—Speech by Barack Obama

September 11 Terrorist Attacks (encyclopedia entry)

Gale Virtual Reference Library 9/11 Collection

World Book Ebook: Persian Gulf, Afghanistan, and Iraq Wars

World Book Encyclopedia

September 11 terrorist attacks

Related Primary Sources, websites and more

Video: Why was the World Trade Center chosen as a target for terrorists?

War on Terror

Websites:

9/11 Commission Report

9/11 Memorial and Museum

America’s Day of Terror

Also try these great print titles available for check out.

Cover of September 11: A Primary Source History September 11: A Primary Source History
Cover of September 11 : attack on America September 11 : attack on America

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