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Research: Online Databases

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Why use a Database?

DATABASES: • Written by professionals with facts checked and verified. • Searchable by keywords (subject, author, date) • Easy to cite in your List of References • Current and regularly updated • Selected by your teacher or teacher-librarian.

WEBSITES: • Written by anybody at all • Not organized to support your research • Lacking citation information • Not always updated • Not always accurate, current or well organized.

Explore other library databases

Can't find what you are looking for? Try exploring other library databases and resources. (Register as a user)

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Websites

Library webs link

LinksPLus link

Multi Subject Databases

Newspapers, Magazines and Journals

Issues and Viewpoints

TRIAL DATABASES - EBSCO

History Databases

Religion Database

Science Database

TRIAL SCIENCE DATABASE

ProQuest STEM Database

The database is comprised of more than 500 scholarly journals and popular science magazines. These publications support research and instruction in science, technology, engineering, and math. All coverage is front-to-back full-text, with images and graphics reproduced exactly as they appear in the original editions. ProQuest's STEM database offers something for students and educators at multiple grade levels.

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