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Library Secondary Databases (PX): Home

Tap into the invisible web with these premium databases. Google can't access these, but you can by using the username and password provided by your librarian.

General Informational Databases: Use these to replace Wikipedia

Fine Arts Databases

Oxford Music

Oxford Art

Britannica Image Quest: Includes art collections

Images Database

Britannica Image Quest: Millions of rights-cleared images

Professional Development Databases for Educators

EBSCO Host: Contains ERIC & Professional Development Collection

Language Learning (see teacher for log-in)

Multi-disciplinary Databases

EBSCO Explora: A mix of scholarly and general interest content

Opposing Viewpoints (Gale)

JSTOR: Academic journals

Science & Math Databases

Science in Context (Gale)

EBSCO Host: Contains Health Source and Psychology and Behavioral Sciences

Math Encyclopedia

Earth Encyclopedia

National Geographic Virtual Library

English/Literature Databases

Literature Resource Center: Literary criticism and biographies (Gale)

Blooms Literature: Literary criticism

Novelist: Readalikes and award-winning fiction

Social Studies Databases

US History in Context (Gale)

World History in Context (Gale)

EBSCO Host: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection

EBSCO Host: TOPICsearch for current events and controversial topics

Culturegrams: U.S. and world geography

Opposing Viewpoints (Gale)

National Geographic Virtual Library

Historical Digital Library: Free directory of links

 

Useful Research Tools

EasyBib

Citation Machine

MLA Formatting Guide (By Purdue's Online Writing Lab, OWL)

Google Scholar: Search engine for scholarly articles

Diigo: Bookmark and tag helpful websites

NoodleTools: Keep track of sources and create Works Cited (ask librarian for registration password)

UnPaywall: Chrome extension to help locate free versions of science articles

ScienceResearch.com: Science-specific browser

News Databases

Link to Elementary Database Page

Databases Provided By Other Institutions

For More Information

For more information about these databases please contact Marie Slaby or Kathy Lynch.