Researching your Topic
Break your Topic into Subtopics: Capital Punishment (topic) > Racism (subtopic) = Are more minorities subjected to capital punishment?
Use Keywords: Think of the key words that describe what you are researching and the kind of information you need. Link your keywords with AND to narrow your subject.
For example, "racial profiling" AND statistics AND "United States."
Try Different Search Terms: Remember to think of different ways to search for your topic. Different authors will use different words for the same thing: e.g. Capital Punishment or Death Penalty; Global Warming or Climate Change. Rephrase your search if you don't find many results on your subject.
IMC Video/Recording Equipment
- Green Screen & lighting kit
- Script Teleprompter
- iPad with DoInk App
- Tripods with cell phone/iPad attachments
- 30 USB Headsets with mics
- 2 USB microphones
Copyright-friendly images & music
Pics4Learning: Offers a safe, free image library for education.
Pixaby: Free image and video database.
Royalty Free music: