Research and Databases
Below are links to and descriptions of learning tools you may use for research and other projects.
**To find our school's usernames and passwords for these resources, make sure you are logged into your district Google account, then click here.
|Our largest reference source with nearly 300 reference ebooks on all subjects. Search within the entire collection or within an individual ebook. Includes some primary source and government documents, as well as in-depth reference
|A comprehensive, contextual, US history resource that contains primary source documents and multi-media files that range from slave journals to presidential papers.|
|A resource that "reaches back to the ancient world — and forward to today's headlines — to deliver a chronicle of the great cultures and societies that have formed the history of the human race. Rare primary sources, reliable reference, and multi-media content."|
|Delivers a range of perspectives on important issues, including those of scholars. Includes full-text articles, daily-updated national and global news, video, audio streams and podcasts, images, and interactive maps.|
|A comprehensive reference database covering all
|Online encyclopedia: Covers a broad range of topics at different reading levels and has tools like Listen and Translate to help you understand|
|The public library is an extremely valuable and FREE resource for our community. Visit the library to get a free library card and check out books, audiobooks, videos, and other materials in print or digitally. The library also has many online databases for children,
youth, and adults, and they offer free homework help!