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HOW TO FIND INFORMATION FOR YOUR PROJECT KIS Catalog - go to the KIS library website and click on the catalog tab. Enter the keyword (s) for your topic. Write down the Call # and find the book or ask for help. Examples: Einstein, profile of the man. Call #: B EINSTEIN Published 1962 Michelmore, Peter. B is Biography (under E for Einstein. Books are in alphabetical order according to the last name of the person. The Biography section is under the window. It's all relative : Einstein's theory of relativity Call #: 530.11 APF Apfel, Necia H. Published 1981 Reading Level: 7.5 Interest Level: 5-8 Call #: 530.11 APF is found in the Non-Fiction section in numerical order. Ask for help, if needed. Hawaii State Public Library вЂ“ The public library offers a much larger selection to use and itвЂ™s easy to find a book. Go to the KIS library website. Click on Hawaii State Public Library. Change the search to GENERAL KEYWORD on the pull down menu. Enter your search terms. You can request a book and have it sent to your local public library if you have a state library card. Ask for help, if needed. ENCYCLOPEDIAS вЂ“ We have both print and digital encyclopedias. Encyclopedia sets (books) located in the Reference section in alphabetical order. Encyclopedia Britannica Online is found on the computer. 1. Go to the KIS Library web site. 2. Click on Encyclopedia Britannica Online 3. Enter the ID and password ID: kailua -- password: Kailua 4. Find the reading level that suits you: High School, Middle School or Elementary School 5. Enter your search term. 6. Read the summaries under each title. 7. Choose titles. 8. Citations are found on the bottom of the article. EBSCO вЂ“ EBSCO is a database that gives you access to thousands of newspaper and magazine articles at your computer. KIS pays an annual fee for this service. Go to the KIS library website. Click on EBSCO and type in the ID Kailua and Password kis Go to the Student Research Center link Unclick the items you do not need to research in. Keep newspapers, magazines and biographies. Find the reading level that suits you for example, 850 - 1100 (Grade 6 вЂ“ Grade 8) Enter several different search terms to narrow down your results. Scan the abstracts or summaries of several articles until you find the one that is relevant. Click on the HTML Full Text. Read the article. You can also email the article to yourself by clicking on the link E-MAIL on the top of the page of the article.