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Online Library Resources Descriptions 2011-2012

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The SLS provides direct access to remote electronic information and instructional library resources including periodicals (many full text), newspapers, references and visual images to participating school libraries. The SLS offers training in bibliographic instruction of online search strategies and technical support to library media personnel. These online resources allow staff and students access to timely and authoritative information on relevant topics that support the Learning Standards. Remote Access is available within contract specifications. Subscriptions are listed in a menu style for schools to pick and choose. Subscriptions are renewed annually, August 1st through July 31st, however, some subscriptions can be started on a prorated basis. Contact the SLS for requests.

The SLS is providing Newsbank (Local Papers), Teaching Books and access to the NOVEL databases (Thomson/Gale, EBSCO, Grolier and Proquest) for the 2010-2011 school year.

New Products for 2011 – 2012

Learning A – Z

Gale Cengage Learning

Student Resources in Context – Formerly Student Resource Center Gold, Silver, Bronze



With millions of images dating back more than 100 years, AP Images is one of the world’s largest collections of historical and contemporary imagery. The AP Images collection is constantly updated and includes entertainment, fashion, news and sports coverage from The Associated Press and a variety of content partners.

As an essential source of photographs and graphics for professional image buyers, AP Images strives to meet the needs of today’s global customer through superior image quality, selection and service.



Educational movies for K-2 learners. Through the adventures of Annie and Moby, BrainPOP Jr. addresses a wide range of grade-appropriate topics, such as the food pyramid, soil, and shapes. Movies encourage active viewing and are easily paused for students to make predictions and form their own ideas. Each movie has leveled quizzes, games, activities, and lesson ideas that develop critical thinking and inquiry skills. All content is read aloud so young students can browse the site on their own.


Standards-based educational movies for grades 3-8. An online learning tool that may be shared among teachers, classrooms, computer labs and buildings. Contains a library of animated content to supplement traditional teaching methods. BrainPOP delivers vital curriculum in an engaging format, while promoting computer literacy.


  • Covers core curriculum subjects in: Science, English, Math, Social Studies, Technology, Health.

  • New movies are added each week, throughout the school year!

  • Teacher’s section contains lesson plans, standards correlation, and ideas for using BrainPOP in the classroom.

  • Hundreds of animated movies developed according to national standards for 3-8.

  • Movies are accompanied by a 10-question interactive quiz, experiment, comic strip timeline and printable activity.


Includes BrainPop, BrainPop Jr. and the Spanish Edition BrainPop Espanol


BrainPOP ESL uses lively, engaging content to teach English to speakers of other languages. Lessons are built around animated movies and supporting features that reinforce vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, reading comprehension, and writing skills. New concepts are couched in everyday situations, adding context for learners and helping them master idiomatic and cultural nuances. Versatile and easy to use, BrainPOP ESL assumes no prior knowledge of English, and effectively addresses diverse learning styles.



Designed for all levels of learning, Britannica Online School Edition gives instant access to four complete encyclopedias that ensure consistency with classroom topics and age-appropriate language. This unique database offers high-quality online learning materials that are developed by teachers and curriculum experts.


  • 4 encyclopedias: Britannica, Britannica Concise, Elementary Encyclopedia, and Comptons by Britannica.

  • 120,000+ articles and multimedia and 39,000+ images and video clips.

  • World Atlas plus detailed maps of 200+ countries, all U.S. states, and all Canadian provinces.

  • Spotlight features with study guides on topics such as Black History, Dinosaurs, and Shakespeare.

  • Journals and Magazines that locate the up-to-date information about classroom concepts and current events topics.

  • Learning Materials that incorporate 65+ interactive guides to language arts, math, and science into the classroom. Core concept reviews, activities, images, and Web links are included.

  • 2,000+ animations, audio clips and videos

  • Resources for Teachers help incorporate the encyclopedia and the Internet into the curriculum.

  • Internet Guide offers teachers and students easy access to the best sites available on the web based on their educational value and includes an emphasis on curriculum-based content.

  • Merriam-Webster's 3rd International Dictionary and Student Thesaurus


Includes: Britannica School Edition PLUS Encyclopedia Universal En Espanol, Annals of American History, World Data Analyst, and Webster’s 3rd New International Dictionary Unabridged


 Perfect for students ages 8+

 Student and Children's Encyclopedia articles

 Thousands of Images, Videos, and Statistics

 Up-to-Date World Atlas and Animated Timelines

 Student Dictionary and Thesaurus

 Learning Activities for English & Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Sciences

 Research Guides


PEBBLEGO ANIMALS is an award winning database designed specifically for K-3 emergent readers. It includes:

  • 5 tabs of Animal Related Information on Each Article

  • 6 Educational and Fun Games

  • Learning Activities and Lesson Plans

  • Citation Support

  • Visual Searching

  • Reading scaffolds

  • Fully Narrated Text

  • Expertly leveled text

PEBBLEGO EARTH AND SPACE is designed to help emergent readers K-3 explore these important areas. It is correlated to National and State Standards, and includes high interest topics like weather and seasons. Includes:

  • Multiple Videos Supporting Science Concepts.

  • Educational Games and Learning Activities

  • High Interest Topics

  • Expertly Leveled Text

  • Citation Support

  • Visual Searching

  • Fully Narrated Text


Much more than a typical e-book, this interactive format features easy navigation tools that let readers progress through the book at their own pace. It offers a read-along component to help ELL students, emergent readers, and struggling readers improve reading skills.

Interactive books add innovative features to help even your most reluctant reader! Audio, animation, and auto-run features are included within our interactive books.

Capstone Interactive is perfect for every learner. Whether used in a group or individually, Capstone Interactive books can introduce new genres, increase fluency, and allow students to read books above their independent reading level.

Capstone Publishers has extended the Interactive learning with our new companion website, Capstone Kids!
Kids can choose from our age-appropriate activities, be quizzed about books they've read, or even get information about our authors. The Capstone Kids website was designed to make learning fun, and to engage reluctant readers to help build their reading skills.

Capstone has built collections targeted for 3 distinct areas:

Fiction, Science and Social Studies.

Libraries may purchase these separately or purchase the complete collection.



The Columbia Granger’s World of Poetry contains 250,000 poems in full text and 450,000 citations, numbers that will continually expand with each update. The poems in full text are the most widely-read in the English language, as well as in Spanish, French, German, and Italian. Included also is poetry in Portuguese, Polish, Yiddish, Welsh, Gaelic, and other Celtic languages, as well as poems in the ancient languages: Anglo-Saxon, Provencal and Latin. Scholars in each of these languages have reviewed and guided the selection of poems, so that the poetry on Granger’s is also the poetry encountered in the classroom.

The Columbia Granger’s World of Poetry offers complete coverage of the works of several individual great poets, including the complete poems of Shelley, Blake, Burns, Keats, Marvell, Poe, Unamuno, Heine, Baudelaire, and other major poets.

In addition users will find a wealth of current poetry from some of the best poetry periodicals, such as Poetry Magazine, The Southern Review, and Poetry Northwest

Granger’s 6,000 subject headings are organized in a hierarchical structure of related themes and categories. This gives users a unique opportunity to explore and discover poetry in a meaningful and visual manner


  • Classic Hundred Poems (1990; 2d edition, 1998; William Harmon, editor).

  • Top 500 Poems (1992; William Harmon, editor).

  • Guide to Poetry Anthologies (1991; 2nd ed., 1994 William Katz, Linda Sternberg Katz, and Esther Crain, editors).

  • Dictionary of Poetry Quotations (1992; Edith Hazen, editor). Dictionary of 4,000 quotations by author

  • Index to Poetry in Collected and Selected Works (1996; Nicholas Frankovich, editor). An index to poems in the other main type of poetry book found on library shelves

  • Index to African-American Poetry (1999; Nicholas Frankovich and David Larzelere, editors). Index to 65 vol. of the best poetry by African Americans



An information provider for corporations, government agencies, universities, schools, libraries and individuals needing up-to-date news and information on each of the recognized countries of the world. It provides critical country-specific intelligence and data including, public and private sector organizations with overseas operations and global interests.

Features: CountryWatch Data, the CountryWatch Map Gallery, the Image Gallery, the Global Guide, the weekly Political Intelligence Briefing and the associated Intelligence Wire.  


Combines background country information, current events coverage, and other global research resources tailored to young students.



Comprehensive reporting and analysis on issues shaping our world. Used by students who need to complete an assignment, prepare for a debate, or become a quick expert on a topic, each 12,000-word report is a unique work done by a seasoned journalist. In-depth, non-biased coverage of political and social issues, regular reports on topics in health, international affairs, education, the environment, technology and the U.S. economy. Includes background and chronology; an assessment of the current situation; tables and maps; pro/con statements, and bibliographies of key sources.

Features: Published 44 times a year, reports are available the day BEFORE they are published in print, backfile to 1991. CiteNow!, which provides a citation in APA, Bluebook, Chicago, or MLA style. Option to browse reports by date or topic or to download a PDF of the complete CQ Researcher index


Published annually since 1972For 30+ years, CQ Press has published a collection of documents covering each year's most significant historical events. Now these documents are online. Published in print from 1972-2004, Historic Documents includes presidential speeches, international agreements, Supreme Court decisions, government reports, scientific findings and cultural reports. A new edition is released yearly and covers events of the previous calendar year.


Each document includes an introductory essay providing the context in which the document was released.

Contains 2,500+ documents and 32,000+ pages

Roughly 100 documents are added each year and are arranged chronologically



All products from ABC-CLIO offer the following Tools and Resources:

  • Educator Section provides an easy to update area for teachers to post syllabus, homework and special resource information.

  • Student Section delivers project resource and guided searches that can be printed, saved and exported

  • Online Cybrarian provides reference information and search guidance

  • Special reference eBook Collection

  • Annotated bibliographies and accurate citations


A comprehensive curriculum-based reference and research tool on the workings and history of the U.S. Government.

Special Features:

  • 10,000+ entries encompassing critical essays, biographies, court cases, primary documents, maps, photos and video

  • 1,700 biographies including every current and past president, supreme court justice, governor, senator and representative

  • Daily UPI News Stories  

  • Political commentary from Robert Novak and Susan Estrich and Political cartoons from Paul Conrad

  • 50+ interactive topic explorations for understanding key concepts

  • Biographies, photos, inaugural and State of the Union Address from all Presidents and Vice Presidents


Resource combines primary and secondary sources, and an analysis of current events. Includes lessons that integrate politics, science, the arts, philosophy, and economics and explores the ongoing development of the United States -its pre-colonial origins, westward expansion, social movements, internal conflicts, and modern-day defining moments.

Special Features:

  • Access to 10+ e-books

  • Day in History

  • 10,000+ entries encompassing critical essays, biographies, court cases, primary documents, maps, photos, and video

  • Biographies, photos, inaugural and State of the Union addresses from all Presidents and Vice Presidents

  • Over 3,300 biographies

  • Weekly feature stories on key historical events

  • 150+ thematic essays


Presents the history, people, events and places of the 50 States.

Special Features:

  • 50 state overviews that include state history, political, cultural, and environmental data

  • Biographies of all current governors and senators, plus cultural, historical and political figures

  • Images of state flags, symbols, landmarks, and Top news stories that are updated daily

  • Primary source documents including the constitution and most current State-of-the-State governors’ speeches

  • Clioview – An exclusive online statistical tool that enables students to analyze and compare data from all 50 states on such issues as population density, unemployment rate and more.


Covers 200+ countries, features history, government, politics, law, economy, environment and culture as well as in-depth statistics on population, climate and economics. Comparative country data charts can be customized online.

Special Features:

  • Regular news updates

  • Primary and secondary sources, 1,300+ biographies and photos of current world leaders

  • Interactive maps and activities for analyzing and interpreting geographic information

  • Cartographic essays to help interpret maps and understand world events

  • Clioview an exclusive online statistical tool that enables students to compare data between countries in such areas as illiteracy, population growth rate, natural resources, GDP per capita and more.


Covers human history — from prehistoric times to the beginnings of the Renaissance—with an unmatched collection of online reference entries, primary sources, interactive lessons, study tools, and librarian and teacher support features.

Special Features:

  • Primary source documents, including the Code of Hammurabi, the Edict of Milan, and Egyptian Hymns to the Sun.

  • Profiles of city-states, countries, and regions of the ancient world such as Ur, Canaan, the Roman Empire, Sparta, and Carthage.

  • Interactive timelines for all chronological eras covered on the site

  • 1,000+ biographies of important figures such as Alexander the Great, Confucius, William the Conqueror, and Plato.

  • Worldwide perspective—websites range beyond Western civilization to explore ancient Africa, the Muslim world, and the Orient.

  • Content follows social studies standards and was developed in accordance with commonly used world history textbooks.

  • Regularly updated feature stories draw connections between history being made today and its ancient and medieval origins.


Aligned with secondary schools curriculum and covering historic events from 1500s to present. Students can participate in forums led by a history undergraduate, develop analytical thinking skills, and self-administer tests to assess their learning.

Special Features:

  • Customizable site to correlate with local standards, textbooks, and topics of study

  • Over 5,000 primary sources – documents, photographs, speeches, videos and more.

  • Over 80 topical explorations such as “The Spread of Protestantism,” “Napoleon’s Empire,” and “The Iron Curtain.”

  • Modules on key learning concepts leading students to dynamic learning threads, activities, self-testing, and discussion

  • Materials can be correlated to support national and state standards to produce achievement-oriented results

  • 3,400+ biographies of political leaders and 250+ country overviews

  • Maps, primary source documents, statistics, audio clips, events and timelines

  • Topical Features and This Day in History: thousands of curriculum-relevant entries


Gain a real understanding of today's most pressing social issues with this innovative subscription database. Useful for exploring current issues for social studies, English courses and research papers, it is also helpful for selecting and preparing for debate topics. Students from a variety of classes will find what they are looking for, ask better questions, and develop more sound conclusions. In short, they will leave your library more informed.
Special Features:

  • Explore section helps students develop critical thinking skills by offering analysis of current issues by historians and scholars, presenting multiple viewpoints, supporting primary source material, and questions for further discussion

  • Comprehensive coverage of 150 +of the most studied controversial issues, with more added every year

  • 7,000+ diverse entries providing scholarly research from experts on each of the issues

  • Includes primary source documents, 4,500+ images and hundreds of audio/visual files

  • Analysis and perspectives from scholars, a complete historical background of the issue, and supporting facts and figures

  • Content is written, selected, and organized specifically to help students understand and analyze the topics, guiding students in framing their own questions and supporting them in drawing sound conclusions about the issues

Ideal for everyone from the high-school debater to the undergraduate student to the general reader, Issues brings unique understanding to the topics that affect society on a personal, national, and global scale


Pop Culture Universe: Icons | Idols | Ideas (PCU) is an authoritative, yet irresistible, digital library of information on American and world popular culture, past and present—in a package as dynamic as the topic it covers.

Built on hundreds of award-winning titles for all levels of researchers, PCU provides a safe haven for investigating topics that appeal to students—without the bias, advertising, suggestive content, or questionable authorship of commercial or fan sites.

Combining the best of traditional scholarship with the convenience of Web technology and the fun inherent in the subject, PCU advances the study of pop culture and pop history, promotes information literacy, integrates a subject of universal appeal into the classrooms of high schools and colleges, and enriches the school and public libraries that support them.


More than 300 full-text volumes of material—a digital pop culture library, plus tons of additional features—for a fraction of the print price

Drive usage: Subject matter that has universal appeal among your patrons

Present your content the way teachers teach it: Decades Pages that offer a fast, easy, and coordinated way to support history, literature, social studies, and the humanities

Trust your content: Vetted by experts—not a fly-by-night fansite or gossip page

Forward your mission: A new Skills Center that teaches students valuable research skills, media literacy, and appreciation for the past and its connection to the world they live in

Spread a little sunshine: A home for students and patrons who love immersing themselves in the pop culture of yesterday and today. The PCUBlog provides fresh opinion and commentary from authors, editors, and students while connecting users to PCU content.


Developed by military historians and expert educators, resource provides access to authoritative reference content, pertinent primary sources, and a wealth of historical insight and analysis on the important themes and consequences of all major U.S.-involved wars, from the founding of the country to the present. Updated regularly by historians.
Special Features

  • 15,000+ primary and secondary sources in each database, including government documents, photographs and other works of art, video clips, and historic maps support students with differing learning styles and abilities

  • Chronologically and thematically organized in-depth lessons and activities provide context for greater understanding of an issue and a starting point for research projects—all cross-linked to related entries

  • Provides a holistic approach to the study of each conflict, giving researchers the timeline of events, causes and consequences, detailed portraits of opponents, and links to supporting facts and figures, primary sources, and audiovisual content

  • Browse by specific war or thematic topic or search the site to find relevant essays, news items, analysis, biographies, timelines, primary source documents, photographs, illustrations, maps, audio/video recordings, statistics, bibliographies and more

  • The only online resource focused exclusively on the causes, courses, and consequences of wars fought by the United States—the interactive, media-rich format creates a deeper, more engaged experience for all

  • Developed by accomplished military historians, including Dr. Spencer Tucker (award-winning author of titles from The Encyclopedia of World War I to Naval Warfare), as well as expert educators

  • Historical analysis allows researchers to see how historians view the conflicts and provides links to comparative statistics and related reference materials


Choose 4 databases


Choose 6 databases


All 8 databases



Online database containing 146,000+ searchable full-text articles from 71 peer reviewed journals published by APA and allied organizations from 1894 to the present. Historical files add 72,699 full-text records. Covers general psychology and specialized basic, applied, clinical, and theoretical research in psychology.

The following journals are included in the APA Full-Text journals database for the period 1985 to present:

APA Journals: American Psychologist, Behavioral Neuroscience, Developmental Psychology, Emotion (2001-), Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology (1993-), Health Psychology (1993-), Jrn of Abnormal Psychology, Jrn of Applied Psych., Jrn of Comparative Psych., Jrn of Consulting and Clinical Psych., Jrn of Counseling Psych., Jrn of Educational Psych., Jrn of Experimental Psych.: Animal Behavior Processes, Jrn of Experimental Psych.: Applied (1995-), Jrn of Experimental Psych.: General, Jrn of Experimental Psych.: Human Perception and Performance, Jrn of Experimental Psych.: Learning, Memory and Cognition, Jrn of Family Psych. (1990-), Jrn of Personality and Social Psych., Neuropsychology (1990-), Prevention & Treatment (1997-), Professional Psych.: Research and Practice, Psychological Assessment, Psychological Bulletin, Psychological Methods (1996-), Psychological Review, Psych. and Aging, Psych., Public Policy, and Law (1995-),

APA Specialty Journals (EPF): American Jrn of Orthopsychiatry (2002-), Consulting Psych. Jrn: Practice and Research (1993-), Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psych. (August 1998-), Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice (1997-), History of Psych. (1998-), Jrn of Occupational Health Psych. (1996-), Jrn of Psychotherapy Integration (2002-), Psychoanalytic Psych.: A Jrn of Theory, Practice Research, and Criticism (1998-), Psych. of Addictive Behaviors (1993-), Psych. of Men and Masculinity (2000-), Rehabilitation Psych. (1997-), Review of General Psych. (1997-)

Canadian Psychological Association Journals: Canadian Jrn of Behavioral Science (1998-), Canadian Jrn of Experimental Psych. (1998-), Canadian Psych. (1998-),

Hogrefe & Huber Publishers: Crisis: The Jrn of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention* (2000-), European Jrn of Psychological Assessment* (2000-), European Psychologist (1996-), Jrn of Psychophysiology* (2000-), Swiss Jrn of Psych.* (2000-), Experimental Psych.* (2002-) (formerly Zeitschrift für Experimentelle Psychologie)



Designed to meet the extensive needs of high school students enrolled in various AP courses. It offers a

world of knowledge for students who seek to achieve academic excellence. This database is designed to

support students in multiple areas of study including mathematics; physics; chemistry; biology;

computer science; human geography; psychology; economics & statistics; government & politics;

environmental science; U.S., European & world history; the arts and music. Contains 5,500+ full text

journals and 460,000+ photos, maps and flags.


Biography Reference Center™ offers a comprehensive collection of more than 450,000 full-text biographies, including the complete full-text run of Biography Today and Biography, as well as thousands of narrative biographies that are not available in other databases.

In addition to keyword searching, users can also locate biographies of interest by browsing more than 25 genre categories, including actors, authors, composers, explorers, figures relevant to U.S. & world history, inventors, musicians, Presidents of the United States, current world leaders and many others.

Contents Include: 9,000 Biographies from American National Biography (Oxford University Press), Biography Today’s Complete Collection, Biography’s Complete Collection, Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, Columbia University Press Biographies, Congressional Biographies from the American Reference Library, Encyclopedia Britannica Biographies, Hutchinsom’s Biography Database, Notable American Women, Harvard University Press, People in the News Collection, Profiles of United States Presidents, Salem Press Biographies, and many more..


Features cover-to-cover full text for 50+ leading history periodicals including America’s Civil War, American Heritage, Civil War Times Illustrated,German History, History Today, Naval History, World War II and more. Selected history articles from thousands of full text magazines, journals and newspapers such as Smithsonian, U.S. News & World Report, Maclean’s and Christian Science Monitor. Features nearly 1,620 full text reference books and encyclopedias from many leading general history publishers. Additionally, the database contains 113,000 historical documents; 77,000+ biographies of historical figures; 100,000+ historical photos and maps, and 80 hours of historical video.

Available for MS/JH or HS


Comprehensive database that provides users with a broad spectrum of information on thousands of authors and their works across literary disciplines and timeframes. It has been specifically designed for public libraries, secondary schools, junior/community colleges, and undergraduate research. A full text database that combines information from major respected reference works, books, literary journals as well as original content from EBSCO Publishing.


  • Full text for 31,000+ plot summaries, synopses and work overviews

  • Nearly 160,000+ articles/essays of literary criticism

  • 160,000+ author biographies (including 20,000 in-depth bios)

  • 450 literary journals, 535,000 book reviews,

  • 69,000+ classic and contemporary poems, 19,000+ classic and contemporary short stories

  • 5,600+ author interviews and 8,400 classic texts


MagillOnLiterature Plus™, produced by Salem Press, combines all the quality content of both

MagillOnLiterature and MagillOnAuthors in a fully integrated and enhanced single database. This

database is composed of approximately 35,000 critical analyses of individual works of literature, 6,500

biographical records, more than 1,000 images, and a glossary of 1,310 literary terms. MagillOnLiterature

Plus™ contains editorially reviewed critical essays, brief plot summaries, extended character profiles,

and detailed setting discussions covering works by more than 8,500 long and short fiction writers, poets,

dramatists, essayists, and philosophers. The biographical essays reflect extended coverage of the 2,500

most studied authors and include up-to-date lists of each author's principal works and current secondary

bibliographies. In addition, 395 comprehensive genre-driven overview essays provide details about

important literary genres, time periods, and national literatures.


Middle Online Package offers the most complete collection of full-text reference resources available for middle schools. This full-text package contains SIX databases designed not only for students, but also for educators. The Middle Online Package contains the following databases: Middle Search® Plus, TOPICsearch™, Newspaper Source™, Health Source®: Consumer Edition, ERIC®, and Professional Development Collection™.

EBSCO Book Collection Non-Fiction Features:

Provides content representing a wide spectrum of works, including popular series from top

book publishers. Contains informative abstracts and searchable full text for 3,800+ popular nonfiction books.


Middle Online Package includes: 6databases designed not only for students, but also for educators. Middle Search® Plus, TOPICsearch™, Newspaper Source™, Health Source®: Consumer Edition, ERIC®, and Professional Development Collection™. Includes full text entries on core subject areas, and information on careers, health, sports, adventure, technology, life skills and more.

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