To access these databases, click on the icon to the left and follow the following steps:
- Login using your Follett account. For students this is the “One Login”.
- For teaching staff this is the staff ID number followed by a password created by your school librarian.
- Parents may request a login from their school librarian.
- Click “Submit”.
Britannica School– Provides encyclopedia articles on a variety of subjects with film clips, interactive learning games, photo galleries, journal articles, web sites, and maps.
Britannica Escolar – Part of Spanish Reference Center from Encyclopedia Britannica, an online learning platform in Spanish for ages 6-12. Students enrich their learning through interactive games, searches, videos, multimedia, maps, and more.
CQ Researcher provides in-depth articles on topics of interest in international affairs, health issues, social trends, technology, the environment, the economy, education, and criminal justice.
CultureGrams introduces the daily customs and lifestyle of cultures all over the world, as well as to their political, geographic, and economic structure.
eBookCentral from ProQuest offers scholarly eBooks for the High School user.
EbscoHost provides access to a collection of magazine and periodical resources, such as: ERIC, Additional PD Resources, Primary Search, Newspaper Search
Primary Search includes access to articles from 70 magazines published for Elementary and Middle School students.
NoveList K-8 Plus gives book recommendations for Elementary and Middle School students, based on their previous read.
eLibrary provides access to full-text and multimedia reference essentials for doing research.
STEM Database provides access to full-text and multimedia reference essentials for doing science research in a k-12 environment.
Provides access to a collection of databases from Gale Publishing.
Specific Gale Databases:
Biography In Context provides access to biographical profiles on influential people throughout history.
Books & Authors offers new ways to explore books, authors, genres and topics. Combining over 140,000 titles, 50,000 authors with read-alike, award winner and librarian’s favorites lists.
Academic OneFile provides journal, newspaper, and magazine articles on numerous topics for use by students doing research.
Kids Info Bits is a content-rich, authoritative, easy-to-use resource featuring age-appropriate, reliable, curriculum-related content covering a broad range of educational topics.
Literary Sources includes up to-date biographical information, overviews, full-text literary criticism and reviews on more than 130,000 writers in all disciplines, from all time periods and from around the world.
National Geographic Kids is a resource for videos and images, as well as interesting facts, on places and animals.
Opposing Viewpoints In Context features continuously updated viewpoint articles, topic overviews, full-text magazines, academic journals, news articles, primary source documents, statistics, images, videos, audio files and links to vetted websites.
Science In Context provides access to over 150 reference science books from Gale Cengage. Includes over 7,000 biographies, 16,000 images and videos, and two dictionaries.
U.S. History In Context provides access to documents from over ninety-five Gale reference sources, viewpoint essays, image galleries, and video and audio from NBC, NPR, and other sources exploring historical events in the United States.
Virtual Reference Library is a database of encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research in a PDF format.
World History In Context provides access to full-text periodicals, reference works, and primary documents covering all aspects of world history from antiquity to the present day.
PebbleGo – Each database features expertly-leveled text and navigation specifically designed for beginning researchers. Enriched with spoken-word audio, text highlighting and audio/video media.
PebbleGoNext expands to include Native Americans, Science and the United States.
JStor is a high-end resource database designed to support IB and AP instruction in the high schools. It is available through the Wakefield, Washington-Lee, Yorktown and H-B Woodlawn pages only. Please contact your school librarian for additional access information.
Science Online (Facts on File) is a resource from Infobase which includes articles, videos and experiments to support Science Curriculum.
SIRS Discoverer provides full-text articles and images from over 1,000 newspapers, magazines, and government documents to be used by students in grades one through nine for research.
SIRS Knowledge Source provides access to full-text articles and Internet resources from SIRS* reference databases.
*Includes SIRS Issues Researcher, SIRS Government Reporter, SIRS Renaissance and SIRS Webselect
Teaching Books.net provides a collection of readings and author interviews to help teachers introduce multimedia activities to students learning how to read.
World Almanac for Kids Online is a popular quick reference source moves to digital only, with a large number of facts on a wide variety of topics.
World Book Encyclopedia
Use different levels of the world’s most familiar encyclopedia, each designed for the unique needs of each user.
Need to organize your research? Use Noodletools. See your school librarian for login information.