General Resources Databases

  • EBSCO

    EBSCO Full-text coverage of hundreds of popular magazines, academic journals, reference books, primary sources, newspapers, and television and radio news transcripts. Research information for literature, health, history, pro/con topics, recommended books and much more.  All subject areas: 

    Academic Search, Advanced Placement, Biography Reference Center, EBSCOhost eBooks, ESBCOhostWeb, Explora Primary Schools, Explora Secondary Schools, Explora Educator's Edition, History Reference Center, LearningExpressLibrary, Literary Reference Center Plus, NoveList Plus, Poetry & Short Story Reference Center, Points of ViewScience Reference Center 

    How to Find Magazines and Journals in EBSCO

    EBSCO Tutorials here


     Gale Resources

    GALE Online Resources include Global Issues, Interactive Science, eBooks, High School, Power Search, and Peterson's Test Prep.


    GALE High School

    GALE In Context: High School offers cross-curricular content aligned to national and state standards. Learners can access news content with images, broadcast videos, archival film clips, and audio from popular sources like the BBC News, New York Times and NPR.

    GALE Tutorials here


    GALE Power Search

    GALE Power Search is a great collection of articles from thousands of Gale resources – magazines, scholarly journals, newspapers, books, videos, images and podcast content.


    Newsbank

    Newsbank provides world news that explores diverse perspectives, topics and trends that align with curricular areas such as English, Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Technology, Arts, History and more to foster critical thinking skills. Features reliable, credible information from a wide variety of international, national, and local sources.


    Newsbank BLIA

    Find news from cultural perspectives with Newsbank's Black Life in America, which gives a look into the experiences and impact of African Americans as recorded in newspapers.


    Newsbank HLIA

    Hispanic Life in America covers the experiences and impact of Hispanic Americans from 1704 to present.