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GO-GIRL

Welcome to the GO-GIRL library and resource guide! We hope you'll find lots of fun activities and interesting resources that you can use at home and at school on this site.

Welcome!

Go-Girl

Welcome to the GO-GIRL library and resource guide! We hope you'll find lots of fun activities and interesting resources that you can use at home and at school on this site.

What is GO-GIRL?

GO-GIRL (Gaining Options: Girls Investigate Real Life) is an enrichment program for seventh grade girls offered by the College of Education at Wayne State University. The program invites girls to become social science researchers and to collaborate in teams with university mentors for 10 Saturdays. During the program GO-GIRLs pursue their own research questions and in the process learn about mathematics, technology, and career opportunities. In addition to meeting in the College of Education, the GO-GIRLs explore the University campus.

Library Resources and Homework Help!

Evaluating Websites

Millions of websites are searched when you use a search engine like Google. Some websites try and make their website pop up first in the list. Just because a website comes up first, second, or even third in your results list does not mean they are the best sources of information. You need to look carefully and evaluate it in order to determine if it contains good information.

In the short video below, you'll learn the 5 criteria for evaluating websites: Accuracy, Authority, Objectivity, Coverage, and Currency

PowerPoint Help and Videos

Need some help with adding a chart, creating WordArt, using templates or other special features in PowerPoint? These short videos can help!

Just for Girls!

Fun Science Sites!