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  • Cobblestone
    Articles from Cobblestone magazine related to U.S. history, cultures, and ancient history
  • EBSCO (Kids Search, Student Research Center, etc.)
    Collection of several databases - general subjects, subject/language specific, and literature databases containing encyclopedia/reference, magazine, newspaper and journal articles and primary sources on many topics.
  • InfoTrac Student Edition
    Large database of abstracts/ full-text magazine, newspaper and journal articles, podcasts, and reference books, with information on current events, the arts, science, popular culture, health, people, government, history, sports and more
  • Proquest
    Periodical database focused mainly on newspaper articles but also contains magazine, newspaper and journal articles on many topics such as history, science, arts, etc.
  • SIRS Discoverer
    U.S. and international magazines,  U.S. government documents and general encyclopedia reference articles and almanac entries.

GALE Virtual Reference Library eBooks

GALE Virtual Reference Library (GVRL) is a collection of Reference eBooks, searchable and printable from school or home.  A great resource for any topic!

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Search all eBooks using the search box at top of page. Click on book cover to search specific eBook.  Citation information is at the top of chapter/section.

Databases - REFERENCE ARTICLES (Various Topics)

Databases - REFERENCE ARTICLES (Specific Topics)

  • Country Watch
    Reference article database with historical and current information on countries of the world
  • Culture Grams
    Reference article database about the people and cultures of countries around the world
  • Marshall Cavendish Digital
    Collection of Original Content article databases on specific topics: WWII, Family Health, Birds, Reptiles, Wildlife, Habitats, Mammals, Animal & Plant Anatomy, People of Western Asia, Technology and Applied Science, Open for Debate (Current Issues)

What is a Database?


Differences Between Databases and Web Sites


Database Keyword Strategies


Database Features - Review


Database Features New - Subject Search and Virtual Folders


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