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Below you will find databases that have thousands of books, magazines, journal articles and more — great for homework assignments, research, and other fact finding assignments. They are available 24/7 with a library card.
If you are stuck on a subject and don't know where to start, try the following online libraries. They cover a wide range of topics and provide multiple resources you can choose from.
Do you need to learn more about a famous scientist? Writing a report about an author or historical figure? This library has over 600,000 biographies taken from reference materials, magazines, and other multimedia sources.
Each of these contains more than 2,000 full text books that cover subjects from art history to zoology. The search allows you to find books with images and related subjects that might be helpful for your research and you can save, export, and print your findings for further study.
An easy-to-use tool for research projects and homework. Search in hundreds of encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri, quotations, and subject-specific titles, as well as 200,000+ images and audio files, and nearly 200 videos.
Provides project-based learning activities using digital tools to create podcasts, multimedia presentations, social media campaigns, and more. Articles explore cyberbullying, digital research skills, citizen journalism, and more.
Financial Literacy is an online economics and personal finance resource specifically designed for students in grades 7â€“12, but can easily benefit adults. Users will learn to manage credit and debt, save and invest with confidence, plan for college and retirement and avoid fraud and scams.
More than 1,000 articles, written especially for English language learners on topics such as history, civics, literature, science, and life skills. Articles are short and written to support reading skills and help students and adults build background knowledge, conduct research, and improve study skills.
If you can't get to the physical library to do your research, this is a great first stop for history, science, literature, social studies, and other subjects. The easy-to-use search features makes it simple to find primary source articles required by many instructors.
This award-winning resource provides middle and high school students with up-to-date, nonjudgmental, self-help support. Articles are correlated to state, national and provincial standards. Topics covered include diseases, drugs, alcohol, nutrition, mental health, suicide, bullying and LGBTQ+ information. It has recently been updated to meet the needs of todayâ€™s teens and with new content on bullying, suicide, vaping, opioid abuse, gender identity, school safety, sexual harassment, COVID-19 and more.
If you are looking for primary resources for WWI, WWII, Revolutionary War, African American history, Native American History, and more? Then this library is for you. Find information in newspapers, files, historical texts, and documents that will enhance your research project.
Stuck trying to find the perfect science fair idea? Science Reference Center can help you find just what you need with printable photos, magazine articles, and information from popular science reference materials.