*Direct links to database sites are listed below. Unfortunately, because of security issues, I cannot provide at home logins and passwords. Please see me for a handout of O. Henry and AISD passwords or email me so that I may send you these passwords. Thank you. firstname.lastname@example.org
World Book Online: The encyclopedia searchable in different formats in the most up-to-date database World Book can provide.
Encyclopedia Britannnica online:
Encyclopedia Britannica Online
Discovery Streaming: Watch educational video clips from school and home. Discovery
EBSCO databases: Databases allow you to access print resources through the Internet. This is where you go for periodicals. Choose EBSCO Host web.
EBSCO databases: periodical articles accessed online
Newsbank: current newspaper article and newswires featuring opposing veiwpoints around the world: Newsbank
Facts on File: Issues and Controversies: latest news from Reuters + link to foreign news sources. Facts on File
FactsonFile for Science: Great resource for Science.
Science Online: Go-to site for all about Science.
Atomiclearning.com: multimedia tutorials on PC and Mac software Atomiclearning.com
These links need no password. Check them out!
Library Media Center Electronic Resources
O.Henry uses MLA format for English and History. Choose APA for Science Fair projects. Scroll down below to citationmachine.net, which is easier for APA.
Try this link for vetted Internet sites:
Accessing the Internet through school library computers is a crucial part of research and learning. While our AISD filters block out most inappropriate sites, teachers and librarians continually circulate and monitor students' Internet searches. Because we want to encourage students to use the Internet to further their education, we try to keep our rules to a minimum and for protection purposes: No games. No email. No violence. No music videos. No inappropriate sites, as determined by librarian, staff, administrators, or teachers.