EDUCATIONAL LINKS

  • Databases

    • Culturegrams – Concise, reliable and up-to-date country reports, including photos, videos, interviews, famous people, recipes, flags, graphs and tables.

    • eLibrary Elementary (ProQuest) - reference resource, designed specifically to engage and guide beginning and younger researchers.

    • Grolier

      • The New Book of Knowledge – Reference and other books for elementary and higher
      • Multimedia Encyclopedia – Quick reference with multi-media for middle school and higher
      • Encyclopedia Americana – In-depth information for older students and adults
      • America the Beautiful – State-by-state history and current events for elementary and middle schools.

    • ProQuest– Journal articles, Trade publications and Consumer publications

    • SIRS

    Maryland Public Libraries

    • Wicomico County Free Library

      • Sailor

        • Auto Repair Reference Center – Find step-by-step auto repair procedures written specifically for the Do-it-yourselfer, but comprehensive enough for professional technicians.
        • Funk & Wagnalls New Encyclopedia – Useful to both adults and students, this encyclopedia provides reliable information on a wide variety of topics.
        • Heritage Quest – Trace your family history and/or American cultural history.
        • History Reference Center – Search History oriented reference books, encyclopedias, history journals, documents, biographies, images, videos and maps.
        • MAS Ultra – School Edition – Magazine Articles Summaries Ultra guides high school students to numerous full text research sources, as well as health and personal interest topics. 
        • MasterFILE Premiere – Search a wide variety of journal articles, magazine articles, primary source documents, reference book entries and images.
        • Middle Search Plus – Helps connect middle school students to a wide range of age appropriate magazines, biographies and reference works. This database includes photos, flags, maps and an unabridged dictionary of the English language. 
        • Science Reference Center – Science oriented reference sources, science journals, biographies and science related animations, videos and images. 
        • Student Research Center – Search a wide variety of information in magazines, reference books, photos, flags and country reports among other sources. For Middle and High School students. 

    Instructional Links