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These databases provide access to articles and information in over 9,000 magazines, newspapers, journals, and other publications. Areas covered include general interest, medical, business, and academic. Several databases are especially useful for the research needs of elementary through high school students.
Look up full-text articles from over 140 popular magazines for junior high and high school students, and 30 U.S. and international newspapers.
The U.S Securities and Exchange Commission EDGAR database offers detailed company financial information for business and investment research. EDGAR makes available all public fillings of U.S. companies, such as annual and quarterly reports, and other documents that provide an overview of a company’s financial condition and business practices.
A comprehensive and scholarly encyclopedia containing over 3,000 articles on world religions. It takes a cross-cultural perspective and emphasizes religion's role within everyday life. Articles cover denominations, major religious leaders, concepts and ideas, etc. This is the online version of the 2005, second edition, of this fifteen volume work.
This resource provides basic biographical information on over 7,000 individuals from every part of the world and all time periods. It has the complete contents of the 23 volume print edition.
Learn about the environment we live in and how to take care of it. (United States Environmental Protection Agency)
Eurekalert provides access to science, medicine and technology peer-reviewed journals, experts and breaking news alerts from universities, medical centers, journals, government agencies, corporations and other organizations. It is operated by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Math, science, social studies, the world, and more, all in one place. (Information Please)
Learn cool animal facts, find out the most popular pet names, and get the latest on animal conservation efforts around the world. (Family Education Network)
This resource uses data from the Social Security Administration to provide information, such as the social security number, date of death, place of death, and birth date, on more than 76 million individuals. The index includes death information from 1962 to present. It currently contains 50 percent of deceased persons from 1962 to 1971 and about 85 percent of the deceased persons from 1972 to 2005. The website allows you to search by life events or relationships.