Youth Research and Resources

Kids

Book Collection Nonfiction: Elementary School: Abstracts and searchable popular non-fiction books on animals, weather, holidays, adventure, sports and more.
Book Collection Nonfiction: Middle School Edition: Abstracts and searchable popular non-fiction books for middle schoolers on careers, health, life skills and more.
Highlights For Children: Childrens magazine dedicated to developing children's reading skills, knowledge and creativity. For children up to age 14. Full text from 1993 to present.
Jack and Jill: The best stories and educational activities for kids ages 7-10. Published bi-monthly. Full text from 1993 - present.
Kids Search (grades 4-6): This child friendly, graphically rich interface is designed specifically for elementary/middle school students keeping in view their needs and search abilities.
Grades k-3 Searchasaurus: A kid friendly information tool that is simple and intuitive, making it easy for students to search by icon, keyword or by topic to find the useful information
Ladybug: Stories, poems, songs, games and adventures for children ages two to six, a seperate activity insert of things to do and a parent's guide. Full text from 1994-present.
Middle Search Plus: Search images, encyclopedias, biographies, and historical documents at once. Also includes full text of over 140 popular middle school magazines and books helpful for finishing homework assignments and school projects.
Novelist : Locate books to read, browse theme-oriented book lists at every reading level and learn more about books and authors.
Primary Search: Offers over 70 full text magazines and enyclopedia entries appropriate for elementary school students including Ranger Rick, Jack and Jill, Cricket and Calliope.
Student Research Center - High School and Middle School : Student research center provides students in secondary schools with the most appropriate research tools for easily obtaining the information that they seek from their EBSCO databases.

Teens

Academic Search Complete: More than 10,600 titles (over 6,100 full text periodicals, 5,100 plus peer-reviewed), in multiple disciplines including medicine, science, engineering, religion and social sciences.
Book Collection Nonfiction: High School Edition: Abstracts and searchable popular non-fiction for secondary school students on topics including careers, physical and mental disorders, technology, biographies and more.
Britannica Biographies: Biographies from the Encyclopedia Brittanica. Full text from 10/01/2010 to present.
eBooks: Online electronic books available through libraries worldwide.
Funk and Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia: Encyclopedia entries with colorful illustrations and maps.
Literary Reference Center: An assortment of traditional literary reference works, poems, classic texts, literary journal articles, and critical information about authors and their works. Access biographies, bilbliographies, plot summaries, and critical analysis of mor ethna 120,000 authors from every age and literary discipline.
MAS Ultra - School Edition: Includes full text for popular magazine titles (some dating back to 1975), reference works, biographies, and government publications. Smithsonian, Astronomy, the Economist, and Popular Science are some of the magazines available.
National Science Digital Library: NSDL is the Nation's online library for education and research in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Novelist : Locate books to read, browse theme-oriented book lists at every reading level and learn more about books and authors.
Point of View Reference Center: Designed to aid students in the study of today's hottest social issues, with sources from political magazines, news transcripts and reference books. Also offers guides to debate, developing arguments and writing position papers.
Science Reference Center: In-depth articles from over hundreds of science encyclopedias, reference books, periodicals and other sources covering biology, chemistry, earth & space science, the history of sciences, physics and other science disciplines.
Student Research Center - High School & Middle School: Student research center provides students in secondary schools with the most appropriate research tools for easily obtaining the information that they seek from their EBSCO databases.
Topic Search: Learn about social, political and economic issues through journal articles, public opinion polls, government documents and other resources organized by popular current events.
World Almanac: Includes Funk & Wagnalls New Encyclopedia and four almanacs.