Gale US History
Gale World History
Gale Literary Sources integrates full-text literary content with metadata and subject indexing and provides workflow tools to analyze information. You can research authors and their works, literary movements and genres.
Gale Literary Databases
Infobase Issues and Controversies in American History
Gale Global Issues in Context
Gale Opposing Viewpoints in U.S. History
Gale Biography in Context
image of an actual COVID-19 virus Coronavirus-Related Resources for CCS
Resources for teachers, students, and parents during these days of social distancing while dorms are closed and CCS has transitioned to distance learning for the remainder of the spring 2020 academic year.
FREE online books from the National Emergency Library
FREE collection of 1.5 million scanned books from the Internet Archive. Once you create a free account, you can download any as a PDF for 14 days at a time.
CCS Summer Reading
Everything explained in one place—follow the link above for required summer reading for all classes, as well as required summer reading/activities for honors classes
CITATION information!
Link to MLA info on the Purdue OWL site. Everything is here: focus on the Works Cited page and on in-text citations, but there’s also info on how to incorporate quotes into your paper.

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698: The Test

This American LifeSun, March 29th - 6:00 PM 2020
Dispatch 1: Numbers

RadiolabFri, March 27th - 2:06 AM 2020
Borders Between Us

Snap JudgmentThu, March 26th - 12:00 PM 2020
697: Alone Together

This American LifeSun, March 22nd - 6:00 PM 2020
Episode 160: Wong Kim Ark

Memory PalaceThu, March 19th - 7:52 PM 2020
Zoo Nebraska

Snap JudgmentThu, March 19th - 12:00 PM 2020
Spooked - Isabelle

Snap JudgmentTue, March 17th - 12:00 PM 2020
The Other Latif: Episode 6

RadiolabTue, March 17th - 8:00 AM 2020
696: Low Hum of Menace

This American LifeSun, March 15th - 6:00 PM 2020