Some basics from dohistory.org. Do this first!
Oxford Reference is a great place to start. Click Reference Type for the menu that includes timelines -- from there you can begin to assemble the events for which you will need to do more in-depth research. One of the titles in Oxford Reference is The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace, a source that will give you background on many topics you will encounter, such as world-systems theory.
BC, BCE, AD, what are all of these? This blog post will help you understand when and how to use these terms - http://blog.esllibrary.com/2015/11/05/abbreviations-bc-ad-bce-ce/
Need a little more help understanding? Try this video - BC/BCE and AD/CE - Chronological Thinking
A little about timelines.
Let me know your favorites and I'll link them here. Prezi is also a good possibility.
Here are some library research basics that you should know by the end of this course. Please let me know if you would like a refresher on any of them.
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