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
Hundreds of currently trending controversial issues are broken down with an introduction, an essential question, and several articles that present the 'pro' and 'con' viewpoints.
America at War Online provides a clear understanding—through videos, words, and pictures—of the violent confrontations that have played so large a role in shaping U.S. history. Significant details from participants are highlighted, and key battles and major innovations in weaponry and tactics are vividly described.
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.
Classroom Video on Demand offers thousands of top-quality videos and clips across the entire high school curriculum, including life skills and guidance. Imagine how much more interesting the Roaring 20s research project will be when you hear musicians jamming at the Cotton Club!
Issues & Controversies in American History delivers dynamic, concise, and balanced coverage that provides the background, outcome, and contemporary points of view for every major debate and conflict in American history. Presented in a pro/con format that clearly explains both sides of the historical dispute, each article is supported by a timeline and a wealth of primary sources.
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.
A digital resource of up-to-date, reading level appropriate non-fiction content aligned to the Common Core Standards of Learning.
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