Online Database Research Library
Grolier Online is the most authoritative, age-appropriate research and learning resource on the Web today. With two learning environments, eight curriculum-aligned databases and over 500,000 links to academically-relevant articles, Web sites and periodicals, Grolier Online is the most trusted first stop in research for students, educators, librarians and parents. It includes the following: Encyclopedia Americana, Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia, New Book of Knowledge, America the Beautiful, The New Popular Book of Science, and Lands & People.
EBSCO provides access to newspaper, magazines, and professional periodicals, as well as a wealth of other online resources, through access to databases for all levels of students. There are also professional resources for educators.
Gale's databases include General Reference Center Gold, Informe, InfoTrac Junior, InfoTrac Student, Educator's Reference Complete, Discovering Collection, Junior Reference Collection, Student Resource Center Gold, What Do I Read Next?, and Science Resource Center. Depending on your school, you may also see Opposing Viewpoints and LitFinder. These databases provide a wealth of resources across all levels and curriculum.
CultureGrams is a collection of more than 100 country reports teaching upper elementary-aged children more about the world around them. Each report includes up-to-date, engaging cultural information, complete with images, historical timeline, fun facts, and sections on history, population, "life as a kid", and more.
The official Nevada Kids Page contains information about famous Nevadans, Old Nevada Photos, Nevada History, Native American Indians, Nevada Symbols, Nevada Almanac, and current Nevada Officials. No User Name or Password is required.
The Space Place has fun and educational space facts, games, puzzles and projects for students to enjoy. No User Name or Password is required.
Granger's Poetry has some 250,000 new poems in full text, including: The complete poems from the Columbia Anthology of Chinese Literature; poetry by Marianne Moore, T.S. Elliot, Oscar Wilde, Kipling, and Langston Hughes. No User Name or Password is required.