OUR School now subscribes
to eLibrary™, the easy-to-use INTERNET- BASED
reference resource for STUDENTS, AVAILABLE 24/7. eLibrary
offers a broad range of full-text and graphical content
that supports student information needs. Students can
use this powerful, yet easy-to-use search tool to find
the answers they need from more than 1,000 magazines,
newspapers, books, maps, pictures, and radio and TV
will eLibrary help?
• Work from school or home on your research assignments.
• Improve your grades by bringing in extra credit articles on what you
• Find out more about your personal interests and hobbies.
• Combine pictures, maps, and illustrations into presentations and reports.
• Save time by getting all you need for reports from one search!
can you do?
• Search or browse more than 900 full-text magazines. You can print, save,
or email on the spot.
• Look up news articles from more than 200 regional, U.S., and international
• Access pictures, maps, and illustrations to enliven homework assignments.
• Explore the meaning of words through the easy-to-use Look-Up feature
and the Reference Desk.
• Utilize 193 full-text reference books, including The World Almanac.
Researcher deals only with current
information on a variety of social
Prep's Library delivers SIRS Databses
to patrons in the Library or at home!
With the click of a mouse, your child
can now access thousands of full-text
articles, graphics, photographs, government
documents and more in his or her library
or from their home computer!
products have been at the forefront of
the information industry for thirty years.
Their online databases reflect their
dedication to providing credible reliable
and current information on the social
issues, science, health, history, government,
business, and the arts and humanities.
can easily and effectively search, sort,
print, and e-mail general and graphical
information from full-text articles. SIRS editors
with advanced degrees in Library Science,
History and English, select articles
that reflect both sides of current and
enduring issues from thousands of U.
S. and international newspapers, magazines,
government documents and wire services.
Researcher is a general reference
database containing full-text aricles
exploring social, scientific, health,
historic, economic, political and global
issues. Some of the additional features
include: Focus on Terrorism -
a site that provides in-depth information
on global terrorism issues in Irag,
Afganistan, the Middle East, India-Pakistan
and in the U.S.; Leading Issues -
100 of the most researched issues with
links to articles, documents, graphics
and Web sites, as well as "Your
Top 10 Choices", which are listed
in order of the most accessed subjects; SIRS
Newest - provides instant
access to the "Newest Articles" and "Newest
Graphics" added to SIRS Databases.;
and Today's News -
up-to-the minute national and global
news stories and photographs from Reuter's
The POWER Library is
offered as a service of Pennsylvania's public
libraries, school libraries and the State
Library. The POWER Library allows
you to access thousands of full text periodical
articles, newspapers, a major encyclopedia,
plus photographs, pictures, charts, maps,
reference materials for young people and
more. You will find materials of interest
in most subject areas for all age groups
from young children to adults.
CQ Researcher gives the history, outlook, and pro/con articles on a variety of social issues.
Go to http://library2.cqpress.com/cqresearcher
Access Pennsylvania Database:
a project of the Pennsylvania
Department of Education
and the Office of Commonwealth
Libraries, was started
in 1985 as a way to provide
a union catalog across
the State of Pennsylvania.
It was the first and remains
the largest statewide union
catalog that include the
holdings of all types of
The Access Pennsylvania Database
Project Today: represents a coordinated
effort to facilitate resource sharing among
libraries throughout the Commonwealth via
the World Wide Web. As of February 1, 2005,
2869 School, Public, Academic and Special
libraries participate in the Access Pennsylvania
Database project. The Database contains approximately
11.7 million titles and over 50 million items.