Picking your topic IS research. Use these ideas to help you narrow your topic and make it meaningful for your audience.
Make sure to cite everything you use, including images, videos, and primary sources!
You can embed/download any digital videos, images, or other sources you find via our library resources. This includes anything you access through the PML Search, databases, or catalog.
Most resources in government resources, such as the Library of Congress and the National Archives, are either in the public domain or contain no use restrictions. You can also download and use these types of sources.
Make sure you check any copyright restrictions for other websites you find out on the open web. If you need help, please don't hesitate to ask. Copyright can get tricky, even if you aren't using the resources for profit. I can help you figure out any use restrictions and navigate copyright.
See below for an example of an image citation, found through the Library of Congress.
Thomson, J. (c. 1870). Agricultural laborer [Photograph]. Retrieved from https://www.loc.gov/item/2011660144/