• Located on the student homepage under research tools these are your district databases:

     

    EBSCO

    • Explora for Secondary & Educators edition
      • Middle school students can find historical essays, biographies, maps, images and more to help with school projects and research.
      • Educator's Edition which offers lesson plans, support materials, and professional development resources.
    • History reference center
      • History Reference Center. Covering both U.S. and world historytopics, History Reference Center is a full-text database featuring historical reference books, magazines, journals and thousands of primary source documents.
    • Novelist
      • NoveList, the complete readers' advisory solution, empowers librarians, engages readers and connects communities.
    • Points of view
      • Points of ViewReference Center. Containing resources that present multiple sides of an issue, this database provides rich content that can help students assess and develop persuasive arguments and essays, better understand controversial issues and develop analytical thinking skills.
    • Science reference center
      • Science Reference Centeris a library database that contains articles from academic journals, magazines, and other sources on a variety of science-related topics including: biology, chemistry, geology, aeronautics, environment, health & medicine, physics, technology and wildlife.
    • Ebsco host, e-book collection, teacher resources
      • Search for books journals and more
      • Listing of e-books in various categories, fiction and nonfiction
      • Choice to search ERIC, Professional Development Collection or Advanced Placement Source
    • Literary reference center & plus
      • Literary Reference Center. This rich full-text database provides a broad spectrum of information on thousands of authors and their works across literarydisciplines and timeframes. It gives students, professors and researchers a foundation of literary reference works to meet their research needs.
      • Literary Reference Center Plus. This robust full-text database provides the most relevant information on thousands of authors and their works across literary disciplines and timeframes. It gives students, teachers and librarians a complete foundation of literary referenceworks to meet their research needs.

    ProQuest:

             Each research tool from ProQuest offers a set of resources that assist everyone from general researchers to those searching for historical, primary source, or even science-related content. Subscribers use their computers to access our databases via the Web.

    ProQuest Learning: Literature delivers more than 180,000 searchable works of literature from medieval times to the present. Students can find author biographies, contemporary criticism, reviews, and multimedia resources organized into more than 3,000 Author Pages.

    History Study Center™ offers valuable historical reference material that spans from ancient times through today's current events. It houses over 40,000 documents that showcase historical events and provide quick and valuable facts for a variety of users from high school students to history scholars.

    The materials in History Study Center are hand-selected by an editorial team of history scholars—so you can be sure that users have access to the leading, most relevant resources available.

    NoodleTools:

              is a web-based student research service that helps you correctly cite sources in MLA, APA, and Chicago/Turabian citation styles. Use NoodleTools throughout a research project to track your sources, take notes, create outlines, collaborate with classmates, and format and print your bibliography.