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If you are at the Library, click on any database to search for information.
E-INFORMATION: complete on-line full text articles and other information.
Learn a Test:
a database of practice tests that are academic, law enforcement, U.S.
Citizenship, ASVAB Civil Service Careers,
and many more.
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on-line, well known and established encyclopedia with short definitions for
1. Newspaper Source: database of full text articles from journals around the world such as the Wall Street Journal prominent business newspaper, is also full text from our web page.
2. NoveList: database of your favorite novels with first chapters, links to the authors’ web sites and more.
First Search: Use E-Information
The World Catalog of books and other materials in over 20,000 libraries worldwide. Also contains these databases: ArticleFirst; Electronic Collections Online; Union List of Perioicals; PapersFirst; ProceedingsFirst; ERIC;GPO; MEDLINE; World Almanac.
GALE: Use E-Information
Featuring Infotrac a database of hundreds of informative and popular magazines and newspapers. Full text articles not just summaries. Look at these databases:
1. General Reference Center Gold
2. Expanded Academic ASAP
4. Computer Database
5. Professional Collection
6. Opposing Viewpoints
7. Literature Resource and Science Resource Centers
9. Health and Wellness Resource Center
10. Business and Company Resource Center
GROLIER On-line encyclopedias for your homework and reports:
1. Encyclopedia Americana
2. Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia
3. America the Beautiful
4. Lands and Peoples
5. Grolier Popular Science
6. Grolier Spanish Encyclopedia
7. New Book of Knowledge
SIRS: Use E-Information
1. SIRS Researcher: a database of journal articles covering social science & current events
2. SIRS Government Reporter: current and historic government documents; landmark and recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions; information about U.S. Justices, U.S. Presidents, elected leaders, federal departments and agencies. National Archives Documents and Country Profiles are also included.
3. SIRS Renaissance: following topics: architecture and design, culture, literature, multimedia, music, performing arts, philosophy and religion, plus visual arts.
4. SIRS Interactive Citizenship: Builds knowledge of government, economics, and world affairs
5. SIRS WebSelect: reliable and credible Internet resources on vital issues and topics.
6. SIRS Discoverer: SIRS Discoverer helps students in grades 1-9 develop their research, writing, language and computer skills.
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