Digital Reference & Research

Available from home or at school. Click here for the Passwords.

Britannica is a great place to start your research as it provides background articles on a wide variety of topics, along with photos, videos, maps and other multimedia.

A collection of several research databases that is updated daily with new information. Find newspaper & magazine articles, reference materials, information on business, health, technology, and more. Use the Opposing Viewpoints database to find overviews, pro/con arguments, stats, and news on current social and political issues.


NoodleTools is an online research tool that helps you organize sources, take notes, create an outline and write your paper. Use your school login to use NoodleTools.

JSTOR is a digital library of academic content in many formats and disciplines. Over 3,600 journals and four primary source collections covering the arts, sciences and business. Download any content as full-text PDFs. No password is needed to use JSTOR from the school's network; see the librarians for the password to use from home.

TumbleBookCloud is an online collection of ebooks and read-along chapter books, graphic novels, educational videos, and audio books.


Encyclopedia of the Gilded Age & Progressive Era

Encyclopedia of the Jazz Age

Encyclopedia of the Great Depression & New Deal

Global History: Cultural Encounters from Antiquity to the Present

Milestone Documents in American History

Milestone Documents in World History