Our electronic collections contain millions of documents from a wide variety of trusted sources. You can search these collections for information on subjects that interest you or that will help with your research or school work. All of these databases can be accessed from home as well as school. Thank you to the citizens of Everett for supporting our schools with these important resources.
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1. Encyclopedia Britannica NEW !! 2. Culture Grams 3. Proquest 4. Opposing Viewpoints 5. Opposing Viewpoints from home 6. E- Library 7. E-Library from home 8. Social Studies: ABC-CLIO 9. World Conflicts Today 10. CIA World Factbook
ProQuest is a resource of electronic collections containing millions of documents originally published in magazines, newspapers, and journals. You can search these collections for documents on subject that interest you or that will help with your research or school work.
The aim of CultureGrams has been to foster understanding and appreciation of the world's countries and peoples by creating and publishing excellent content. Today the CultureGrams series is one of the most trusted and widely used cultural reference and curriculum products in the education, government, and non-profit arenas. Our subscription includes, The World Edition, The States Edition and therecently addedCanadian Provinces.
Opposing Viewpoints helps studetns develop critcal-thinking and information literacy skills by bringing together a variety of information on social issues. Students learn to research, analyze and organize a broad variety of data for conducting research, completing writing assignments, preparing for debates, creating presentations and much more.
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ELibrary is a user-friendly general reference tool that delivers a broad collection of periodical and digital media content designed specifically for K-12 schools. Students can use the powerful, yet easy to use search interface to find answers in a variety of sources- magazines, newspapers, books, transcripts, maps, images and web links.