You can research using the Library databases from home or in the Library to find up-to-date and historical information!
Academic OneFile (Gale)
Geared toward older students, faculty, and researchers, contains over 12,000 journals and reference sources, many of which are peer-reviewed and full text. Academic OneFile has extensive coverage of the physical sciences, technology, medicine, social sciences, the arts, theology, literature and more. Academic OneFile also includes some major reference sets including Gale Encyclopedia of Science, Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine, and Encyclopedia of World Biography.
Funk & Wagnalls New Word Encyclopedia (EBSCO)
Full-text articles of over 25,000 encyclopedia entries, covering an array of topics. The database contains various images, offers brief biographies as well as information in a variety of subject areas. It is updated annually.
Grolier Encyclopedias (Scholastic) Help (PDF)
Full-text access to the following encyclopedias:
Encyclopedia Americana - In-depth research and worldwide current events for older students and adults.
Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia - Quick reference and rich media for middle school and high school students.
The New Book of Knowledge - Reference and current events for elementary readers and older.
NYTimes News Summaries
PBS Online News Hour
CNN Education with Student News
Newslink (newspaper and radio news by state)
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
The Holocaust: A Learning Site for Students
The Victorian Web
Today in History