Did you know Google™ only searches less than 5% of the internet? Also, did you know that anyone can publish on the world wide web? Where can someone get high quality information, quickly and easily, for school projects? Try Databases!
The ones below are a few superstar resources you should check out. Click on the icons below to get started.
Several of these sources are also available via Classlink. Need help searching? See Mrs. Troike in the library. :)
Get online tutoring for subjects like math, English, and history. Work with a live tutor or use the resources to study independently.
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A comprehensive encyclopedia resource designed for students with articles, videos, educator tools, eBooks, research guides and more.
Alaska's Digital Archives presents a wealth of historical photographs, albums, oral histories, moving images, maps, documents, physical objects, and other materials from archives, museums and libraries throughout our state.
Biography Reference Center offers a searchable and comprehensive collection of more than 450,000 full text biographies.
Chronicling America is an open access database of historic American newspapers published between 1690 and 1963.
ClassLink is a single sign-on service that connects many district software and cloud accounts to one interface. Have your S# and password handy.
NoodleTools is a citation management tool that helps manage research projects.
Look for Gale In Context: World History takes learners from the ancient world to today's headlines, featuring primary sources, reliable reference, and multi-media content. Click the link above and select this icon from the list.
U.S. History In Context provides an overview of our nation’s past that covers the most-studied events, decades, conflicts, wars, political and cultural movements, and people. Click the link above and select this icon from the list.
Search across journal and magazine articles, news, videos and more. Focused on science for students, researchers and the general public. Click the link above and select this icon from the list.
Opposing Viewpoints In Context covers hot button social issues. This research tool supports science, social studies, current events, and language arts classes and helps students develop their own valid conclusions. Click the link above and select this icon from the list.
Search for library materials in Knights Library and throughout the school district. Place holds to have items sent to NPM, renew your materials and check your library account.