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Answer the age-old question, 'What do I read next?' Search and match reading interests to books, authors, genres, or topics with Gale Books and Authors.
Monkeys, molecules and music...Oh my! Gale In Context: Elementary lets you explore all kinds of cool stuff. Better yet, each topic comes complete with articles, eBooks, videos, colorful pictures, and more. Not only will you learn a lot, but you’ll be able to use a lot in your homework, too.
Did you ever want to learn about something—for class or just because—and ended up feeling a little lost by all of the online search options? Gale In Context: Middle School makes your search super simple and rewarding by bringing together articles and videos from trusted sources into one easy-to-use database.
Gale In Context: High School offers hundreds of thousands of trustworthy sources that make searching and citing a breeze. Homework help resources give you quick access to credible sources—and with integrated tools, you can save and share content.
Gale In Context: Science is an engaging resource that provides contextual information on hundreds of today's most significant science topics. Drawing students in with captivating subject matter, Science showcases how scientific disciplines relate to real-world issues ranging from bacteria to obesity and weather.
Integrating millions of full-text articles that include national and global publications, 200+ science experiments, 300+ interactive simulations, other multimedia, and top reference content, Science is updated daily and offers over 600 pages on topics across the curriculum, covering biology, chemistry, earth and environmental science, physics, and more.
Fiction, nonfiction, poetry. Whatever the genre, Gale Literature Resource Center is your source for information on literary movements, authors and their works. This database makes it easy to search across more than 165,000 entries, including biographies, overviews, and full-text literary criticism—past and present.
LearningExpress Library offers over 1,000 online tutorials, workplace skills improvement, practice tests, and eBooks to help learners of all ages. Create an account to use this database.
Miss Humblebee's Academy offers an interactive learning program for children ages 3 - 6. Aligned with preschool and elementary standards.
Explore Gale Presents: National Geographic Kids! Navigate a kid-friendly platform with Gale's trusted built-in tools. Discover immersive content and access full issues of National Geographic Kids magazines and books.
Opposing Viewpoints is a great resource that covers the latest social issues, from immigration to climate change to prison reform. Get informed, differing views to help develop critical thinking and draw educated conclusions.
TexShare Databases provide 24-hour access to a wide variety of research tools, full text articles, journals, and genealogy databases. To access this database you will need to choose your library and/or enter your database password.
When accessing any library database from home, you will be asked to enter either your library barcode number (with no spaces) and/or the Library's database password. To locate the database password information:
- Go to the online Catalog.
- Click on "My Account" and select "My Record".
- Enter your library barcode (with no spaces) or username. Default password is the last 4 digits of the phone number used when you created the account.
- From the dashboard on the left, click on "Database Login".
- Once you have written down the login information you require, you may log out of your library account by clicking on "My Account" and then selecting "Log Out".
Tutor.com is an online tutoring service that connects students to live tutors up to ten times per week. Use your library card to create an account.