Multimedia resources and tools for all ages, including a Biography Center, an Interactive Earth feature, science project resources, research guides, and citation help.
- World Book Info Finder research tools include Citation Builder, How to Do Research guides, and a personalized My Research account.
Full-text articles from Scientific American magazine online from January 1993 to present. Articles from 1948 to 1992 are indexed but not available in full-text.
- You can read all about global climate change in articles from Scientific American.
Here you will find the full text of a variety of science reference books including Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia and American Men & Women of Science.
Experiments, diagrams, and other data on standard science subjects.
- You can browse the Science Resources to find an experiment for your Science Fair project.
Salem Science is an online database that includes the content of science encyclopedias.
Encyclopedia articles, science projects, news, biographies, and more for middle and high school students, from Grolier Online.
- You can find fun projects on specific science topics.
The National Geographic Magazine Archive from 1888, provides full-text searching of every article of the world’s most recognized magazine from its first publication in 1888. This comprehensive archive is an essential tool for researchers of all ages for the study of science, nature, geography and much more.
- You can find any photograph, map, and article published by NG; a perfect complement to a school project or just to explore a new interest.
Lynda.com is an online library of instructional videos that can help anyone learn software, technology, creative, and business skills to achieve personal and professional goals.
A collection of over 1,000 peer-reviewed journals, providing researchers with the information needed to stay current on the latest scientific developments
Sample a tidbit of a book every day during the week by joining one of the DearReader Online Book Clubs. Dear Reader offers twelve different clubs, including fiction, nonfiction, audiobooks, and one especially for Teens.
AccessScience is the student’s gateway to research in science and technology. Continuously updated with more than 9,000 articles by leading scientists and rich with animations and videos, AccessScience puts authoritative, citable content within easy reach of any science student.