Annotated Webliography

  • Private web resources were you can find nothing substantive about the author or the political philosophy or the private funding source;
  • The History Channel or any A&E Television material;
  • History.com or the Independence Hall Association  (for profit)
  • Encyclopedia.com:  it is a commercialized site that “uses” information from accredited sources.  Go to the UMGC Library and ask the Librarian to help you find the relevant Oxford Companion to History series.
  • Britannica.com:  See above.  It sells ads and “uses” information from other sources.
  • About.com:  not professional; commercialized;
  • History.org:  a commercialized site;
  • HistoryNet.com:  sells magazines;
  • YouTube, “home-made videos.”  If the video comes from a scholarly source, it is acceptable.
  • Alpha History
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