You are about to create a museum with all things Charles Darwin as the topic. Here are some places to go to help you with your learning voyage.
Resources here at school:
Go to our school library catalogue (see the link on the right), look for Resource Lists on the left and click on it. Find the tab at the right that says Public Lists and select it. Find Darwin Museum Project and click on view beside the title. This will lead you to a list of resources we have on Darwin, evolution, and natural selection.
Our district is subscribed to a database called Science in Context. It is a curated collection of science topics. Search though Science in Context for their content on Charles Darwin.
There is SO MUCH great content here. Try the following search terms: Charles Darwin, Galapagos, Origin of the Species, Evolution, Natural Selection.
Many of our other databases are great places to continue your research. Click on the Research button above for links to our subscribed databases.
If you want to access subscribed databases from home, ask Miss Rimmer, Mr. Buemann, one of the library assistants, or your teacher for the link to a document that has access information on it. We cannot post the content online.
Collected from the net:
Here's a place to collect other great resources found on the net. There are a few to get you started, and a link to a google doc that you can contribute to if you find something worth sharing with your peers!
The Complete Work of Charles Darwin Online
Encyclopaedia Brittanica entry on Charles Darwin
Famous Scientists - Charles Darwin
Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University in Philadelphia - Search for "Darwin" and see links to their Darwin Room for ideas on how they have set up their museum
Don't forget to try out Google Scholar in your search.