ResearchIt Resources for High School Libraries
All other links will bring the user directly to the webpage within ResearchIt. Reminder, to access ResearchIt when not at school, the researcher needs a valid public library card number.
To access resources for elementary and middle schools, use the first landing page on the main ResearchIt webpage and select the school level listed on the left side of the page. Many researchers select different school levels for topics that are more challenging to build understanding and background knowledge.
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- Magazines and Journals
- E-Reference Books & Reading
- Free Reader Advisory Services
- Newspapers & Images
- Health & Science
- History & Biography
- Resources for Teachers
| A collection of the most accessed|
newspapers that students, parents
and others may use for research
and/current events. Click on the
links in the middle column
of the table to access the newspapers.
|Newspaper Source Plus|
Provides more than 1,000 full-text
|Remembering World War One||Includes links to both Connecticut|
and National World War 1 resources
for students, teachers, parents and
interested parties. Remembering
World War One: Sharing History/
Preserving Memories is a two-year
project that will support an immersive
intergenerational and cross-cultural
commemoration of the World War
One Centenary, which presents an
unprecedented opportunity to
harness local history around the War.
|Biography Reference Bank|
Wilson’s largest biography database
|Biography Reference Center|
Containing many of the top-ranked
|Connecticut Digital Collections||Connecticut Digital Collections|
contains four databases listed
below. Patrons may search
all or one of the databases at
any one time. Connecticut History Online (CHO)
is a digital collection of over
15,000 digital primary sources.
|Hartford Courant (1764-1922)|
|History Reference Center|
History Reference Center offers
Available from September-October 15