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Teagle Scholars' Library Guide Summer 2022: Useful Internet Sites for Research

This guide offers guidance on searching and evaluating sources found through Odum Library and on the Internet.

Selected Websites for Further Research

The websites provided on this page provide several sources that can be helpful for research on civic engagement. Please feel free to contact the Reference Librarians for more assistance! 

Interactive U.S. Constitution

The National Constitution Center's Interactive Constitution lets you explore sections of the Constitution, see how it has changed over the years, and see commentary from acclaimed scholars. 

Youth Voting

The Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement has prepared this report on ways to increase the youth voter turnout. 

America's Founding Documents

The America's Founding Documents site from the National Archives provides online versions of the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, and more. You can even sign the Declaration or the Constitution! 

Pew Research Center

The Pew Research Center presents research from public polls and other research that can help you understand our world today. Select Research Topics to see information on a range of subjects including generations & age, race & ethnicity, politics & policy, and the internet & technology.  

TED Talks

TED Talks are videos that explore a wide range of topics and generally last twenty minutes or less. Browse the library or explore TED recommendations to find interesting and engaging talks on video.