Do Research Using Databases!
To use at home:
Password: Get from librarian.
eLibrary: High-quality Research Articles
Proquest: Research magazines, newspapers, education articles
SIRS Knowledge: Controversial issues, art resources, government documents
eLibrary Science: Science content
Proquest Learning Literature: Author and book information
History Study Center: Primary and secondary history texts
SIRS Decades: Primary sources from 20th century American history
CultureGrams: Country and state Information
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION DATABASE
Proquest: Articles for Teachers
PUBLIC LIBRARY DATABASES
At school: Use the generic library card number at the bottom of each library computer screen.
At home: Use your own County public library card.
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