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Hyde Park Project: Reform Movements in 19th Century England

Here you will find suggested resources to assist in your research.

Before you start:

What kind of information do you need? (Lots of details and background information or just basic information?)

Which kinds of sources have the information? Think in terms of type (scholarly articles, magazine articles, newspaper articles, statistics or other facts/data, etc.) and in terms of quality (authority, currency, accuracy, reliability, etc.). 

How much information do you need? Think about quantity of resources. (Several articles? A few books?)

As always, don't hesitate to ask if you have questions or need help. 


The Scriven Report is on The Potteries website. The Potteries is the source.

Library Learning Target

  • I can use the databases to find reliable information.
  • I can use the databases and Noodle Tools to create an accurate citation. 

Learning Target Rationale

Knowing how to find the best information and cite sources will help me know which information I can trust online and give accurate credit to the authors of my sources.

Library Objective

Students will research ethically and responsibly.

Portrait of a Graduate Skills

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Speakers' Corner at Hyde Park


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