Because your library has access to Classroom Video On Demand, you can create a free User Account to take advantage of the powerful tools that the service has to offer. Once you setup your User Account, you will be able to create and share customized playlists, save your favorite videos for quick access, and set your default preferences. To experience the full benefit of Classroom Video On Demand, simply click on 'Create a User Account'. If you already have a User Account, log in now to get started.
Congressional Digest DebatesThis database provides access to the archives of Congressional Digest, Supreme Court Debates, and International Debates which include a wide variety of current social, legal and political topics.
Uses the same id/password as single sign-on id/password.
CultureGramsCultureGrams provides concise, reliable, and up-to-date reports and information on more 200 countries, each U.S. state and all 13 Canadian provinces and territories. Appropriate for middle and high school students.
Go to url above
Sign in using the first part of your email up to but not including the @
Password: same as for single sign-on password
Option: set up your personal bookshelf
Log-in every 90 days to maintain access.
Ebsco History Reference CenterDesigned for secondary schools, this database features full text for more than 1,990 reference books, encyclopedias, and non-fiction books.
Encyclopedia BritannicaThis premier encyclopedia is easy to use online and includes more content than the printed version! Start here for an overview of any topic or as an alternative to Wikipedia. Three reading levels are available.
History Study CenterThe History Study Center is a collections of primary and secondary sources on global history from ancient times to the present day. It includes newspapers, journal articles, rare books, video clips, diaries and letters, dynamic maps, statistics, reference books, and websites.
JSTORJSTOR is an online archive of core scholarly journals in a wide variety of disciplines. It provides full text articles from the earliest issues to within a few years of current publication. Please note: current volumes of journals are NOT available on JSTOR; the latest volumes provided are usually 3-5 years old. Best for highest reading level and in-depth research.
Middle East Report ArchivesMiddle East Report provides news and perspectives about the Middle East not available from mainstream news sources. The magazine has developed a reputation for independent analysis of events and developments in the Middle East.
National Newspaper Core (in ProQuest)The Christian Science Monitor – pre’97 fulltext
The Christian Science Monitor
Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times – pre’97 fulltext
New York Times
New York Times Book Review
New York Times Magazine
WSJ: the Magazine from the Wall St. Journal
Wall St. Journal
Wall St. Journal online
The Washington Post – pre’97 fulltext
Netflix (for Teachers)Available to teachers: up to four simultaneous users. Email Librarian for log in id and password.
NoodleTools PremiumAccess NoodleTools through the Google apps in your email.
1. Go to your email
2. Click on the waffle icon
3. Scroll down to the NoodleTools app
4. Write kjohnson@ if you have any problems.
ProQuest Family HealthProQuest Family Health covers an enormous range of subjects of interest to the general public. Subjects include: women’s health, food and nutrition, midwifery, eye care, dentistry and children’s health.
ProQuest Learning: LiteratureWith ProQuest Learning Literature you can explore 600 years of world literature including 4,000 authors from around the world and over 180,000 poems, novels, speeches, and plays, from medieval times to the present with reviews, study pages and multimedia materials organized in 3,000+ Author Pages.
Science DirectFull-text from 2006 to present. Science Direct is a collection of almost one-quarter of the world's peer-reviewed full text scientific, technical and medical content published. These resources are very technical and appropriate for the highest level reader/researcher.
Sirs DiscovererSirs Discoverer is a general topic database including 1,900 magazines, newspapers, and reference books; 10,000 educator-approved websites; and 30,000 colorful graphics, photos, and maps. Geography, Science, Biography, Reference and Study Tools. Grades 1-9
Academic OneFile is a very helpful database offered by the Seattle Public Library. The document above written by our history teacher Steve Retz explains step-by-step how to access this database. You will need a library card and pin.