Library Media Center
We subscribe to several databases for research. Preview them in the table below. Follow the direct links. For more information tools, look at the rest of the library pages.
Ask for help! Pick up a brochure updated yearly with a list of databases, links, username & passwords. The same information is available on Google Drive and Google Classroom in the Research class.
Health and Wellness
World History: The Modern Era
Access the main login screen to log in to any of these databases.
eLibrary is a terrific place to begin researching for any assignment.
Research Topics deliver the essential elements on a vast array of people, places, historical events and eras, literary genres, current events, broad curricular themes and much more.
It includes primary and scholarly sources, magazines, newspapers, transcripts and digitized reference book content, images, maps, websites, and videos.
ProQuest Historical Newspapers
Bloom’s Literature is a comprehensive resource for the English class. Edited and curated by Yale University professor Harold Bloom, this database includes thousands of critical essays and discussion questions, plus author biographies and character analyses, full-length poems, the full text of hundreds of reference books, full-length videos of classic plays and films, and more.
American History is an indispensable resource for student research. Spanning our nation’s history—from prehistory to the present day—American History was developed and curated by leading editors and scholars in the study of American history. It is composed of a variety of learning assets, including articles, images, primary source documents, timelines, videos, and slideshows.
African American History
African American History covering more than 500 years of the African-American experience, African-American History offers a fresh way to explore the full spectrum of African-American history and culture. Users can start their investigation of a topic with a video or slideshow overview, use the key content called out on the homepage to find an entryway into the database, or dig deep into an era through the Topic Centers.
Issues & Controversies helps student researchers understand today’s crucial issues by exploring hundreds of hot topics in politics, government, business, society, education, and popular culture. Presented in a balanced, pro/con format, all articles provide essential context, supported by statistics, timelines, and primary sources. Many issues feature original videos and educator resources as well as live debates, newspaper editorials, audio content, and breaking news.
ResearchIt-ResearchIt is the State of Connecticut digital reference library of top quality databases. Explore lists for elementary, middle and high schools, magazines and newspaper sources.
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