Databases

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A wide array of subjects continuously updated reference content with full-text magazines, academic journals, news articles, primary source documents, images, videos, audio files and links to vetted websites

Current articles, images, videos, audio clips, primary sources, maps, research tools, recommended Websites, adjustable reading levels, Spanish language resources

Artículos actuales, imágenes, videos, clips de audio, fuentes primarias, mapas, herramientas de investigación, sitios web recomendados, niveles de lectura ajustables, recursos en idioma español

Provides background and current analysis necessary for the research and understanding of current and pervasive issues.

General reference collection of periodical and digital media content with guidance for novice researchers

Citations, evaluation and analysis, online note cards, & annotations; research process and project organization. Log in with your district google account.

Librarian created research assistance, subject guides and useful resources compiled for Teacher and Student use

Cultural information on countries around the world

Author programs, book guides, book readings, author websites, educator area

What are databases and why should we use them?

A database is like a virtual library. It contains information that is not available “for free” and cannot be found with a Google search. The information has been evaluated by professionals for reliability. Citations are always included.