Mrs. Fjelstad's Senior Experience

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Find eArticles & Primary Sources
Find articles from periodicals like magazines and newspapers as well as primary sources @ > Children & Youth > Homework Resources > choose the database.  (Remember if you're using these databases off campus, you will need our log in.  Ask Mrs. Adams for it!).

World Book Advanced (9-12+)
Powerful reference tool that includes encyclopedia, multimedia, e-book, and primary source databases.

SIRS Discoverer from ProQuest (K-9)
Full-text articles and graphics from more than 1,600 magazines, newspapers and U.S. government documents specifically for elementary and middle grades.

ProQuest Magazines 
Full text articles from 1,700+ magazines, journals, & newspapers for K-12, college, and general users.

Discovering Collection (6-12)
In-depth content for literature, history, biography, science, and social studies.

InfoTrac Student Edition 
Search magazines, newspapers, and reference books for information on current events, the arts, science, etc.

Find an eBook
Find eBooks from the State Library databases @ 

· World Book Advanced E-Book Center (use Children & Youth > Homework Resources > World Book Advanced)

· Gale Virtual Reference Library (use Online Resources > Magazines, Journals, & Periodicals > search G for Gale)

· Ebooks on EBSCOHost 
 (use Online Resources > Magazines, Journals, & Periodicals > search E for Ebsco)

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