Support materials for the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks
- 9/11 At the Pentagon
Eyewitness accounts, interactive timeline, covers all the events of September 11.
- 9/11 Documentaries
A website linking to freely available 9/11 online videos. When using internet resources please be sure to evaluate your sources carefully for accuracy and bias.
- Inside 9/11
From the National Geographic Channel, "Inside 9/11 traces the timeline that led up to the deadly attacks, spanning decades and circling the globe to lay bare the roots of al Qaeda."
- Target America
Website accompanying the Frontline program of the same name. Provides historical context leading up to the 9/11 attacks.
- The Flight 93 Story
"Because of the quick and determined actions of the passengers and crew, Flight 93 was the only one of the four hijacked aircraft that failed to reach the terrorists' intended target that day."
- The Newseum
Displays front pages of 147 newspapers from around the world on September 12, 2001.
Many resources exist on the Internet about the 9/11 attacks, however,
when utilizing such resources it is important to evaluate the site and
its content to determine its validity. Components to look for when
using web resources include the following.
- Who is the author of the site?
- Who published the site?
- Does the information show a certain point of view or is bias?
- Are there references to other resources?
- Is the information verifiable?
- Is the information contemporaneaous with 9/11 or retrospective?
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