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Children's Online Reference Shelf
- Oxford English Dictionary Prefix your borrower number with SURREY. Widely regarded as the accepted authority on the English language, the OED is an unsurpassed guide to the meaning, history, and pronunciation of 600,000 words.
Today's papers including the Independent, Guardian, Telegraph, Daily Mail, Daily Express. Also regional papers and newspapers from around the world.
- Times Digital Archive
Contains every issue of The Times between 1785 and 2010. View a short guided tour of Times Digital Archive (this may take a few minutes to load).
- Listen carefully when your homework is being set. Make sure you understand what you have to do and when it has to be handed in.
- Allow yourself plenty of time - don't leave your homework until the last minute. If you leave it too late, you might not be able to find all the information you need.
- Before you start, spend some time thinking about the subject. What do you already know? What information will you need? Will you need pictures?
- Work out what resources you might need to use - books, websites, magazines, newspapers etc.
- Look carefully at the information you find. Is it reliable and accurate? Is it up to date?
- Don't just copy information from books or websites! You must always explain and write things in your own words.
Be Internet SMART
Be Internet SMART provides you with tips to keep you smart and safe on the web.