This Infobase resource includes citation and timeline tools for student reports. As with all Infobase products, content from African-American History Online fully integrates with Google Classroom and other learning management systems, allowing students and educators to easily embed content into presentations and reports. Frequently updated and tablet friendly.
Frequently updated and spanning our nation’s history from prehistory to the present day, this resource was developed and is curated by leading editors and scholars in the study of American history. With a variety of learning assets, including articles, images, primary source documents, timelines, videos, and slideshows, everything you need for your essay, report, or presentation on American History can be found here.
Frequently updated, this resource offers the most direct access to more than 15,000 years of culture and history, covering more than 600 Native American groups, through tablet/mobile-friendly videos and slideshows, images, biographies of key people, event and topic entries, primary sources, maps and graphs, and timelines. Get an interactive, multifaceted look at the indigenous peoples of the Americas.
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This resource provides thorough coverage of world history from prehistory through the mid-1500s, with special Topic Centers on key civilizations and regions, including the ancient Near East, ancient Egypt, ancient Greece, ancient Rome, ancient and medieval Africa, ancient and medieval Asia, the Americas, medieval Europe, and the Islamic World. Each civilization’s history is brought to life through articles, videos and slideshows, primary sources, and more.
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This comprehensive resource for the study of literature was originally edited and curated by Yale University professor Harold Bloom. Bloom's Literature includes thousands of critical essays and discussion questions, plus author biographies and character analyses, full-length poems, the full text of hundreds of reference books, full-length videos of classic plays and films, and more.
This resource includes comprehensive, in-depth coverage of body systems, current health issues, major diseases and conditions, treatments, and procedures, as well as health and nutrition information specific to men, women, children, teens, and seniors. The up-to-date information comes from hundreds of authoritative sources, plus users can find thousands of videos, illustrations, journal articles from PubMed Central, and reference articles from MedlinePlus.
Infobase multimedia products work easily with Google Classroom and many other learning management systems (LMS) and online classroom platforms. All Infobase products include bibliography and citation building tools, timelines ready to share, and are fully supported by Google translate for ESL learners.
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This resource delivers dynamic, concise, and balanced coverage that provides the background, outcome, and contemporary points of view for every major debate and conflict in history. Presented in a pro/con format that clearly explains both sides of the historical dispute, each article is supported by a timeline and a wealth of primary sources.
This resource offers a look at world history from the mid-15th century to the present. Thousands of subject entries, biographies, images, videos and slideshows, maps and graphs, primary sources, and timelines combine to provide a detailed and comparative view of the people, places, events, and ideas that have defined modern world history.
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This premier online source provides students and serious researchers with thousands of articles by top scholars in the field. This resource is available both inside and outside our libraries and is best suited to learners in high school or advanced studies. For younger learners, try African American History Online. For in-depth research or help with this subject matter, any FCLS patron can contact Auburn Avenue Research Library.
Science Online provides information to students of all ages, but is most recommended by librarians for grades four through ten. Find what you need to complete your essay or report, and easily retrieve graphics, build timelines, and retrieve citations for your bibliography. As part of the Infobase reference suite, full integration with Google Classroom and other learning management systems is provided.
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This resource is the ideal one-stop reference resource for intermediate-level students. Erasing the line between homework support and fun exploration, it contains excellent resources for student reports and research, including:
- Frequently updated articles
- Interactive games
- Science projects
- Teacher Resources with lesson plans!
Kids can explore age-appropriate subjects while developing online research skills with a trusted source. Looking for more lesson plan or homework help not found in The World Almanac for Kids? Try searching across all Infobase platforms for more great content.
This resource bridges the gap between the science taught in class and real-world discoveries by leading scientists—giving comprehensive and in-depth explanations of some of the most important advances in biology, chemistry, environmental science, space, physics, and technology. Each article includes vivid images and groundbreaking videos that help make difficult concepts understandable.
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This updated version of the classic family encyclopedia has content scaled for different learning levels. Ideal for reports, essays, projects and presentations, World Book Online offers full integration with Google Classroom and other online learning software. Levels for youngest users include beginning reader books, while levels for older learners include citation and bibliography building tools.
CLASS PASS users can access World Book Online with the code WBCLASSPASS.
Note: Once a user chooses their learning level on World Book Online, all content will appear at that level until the user changes their profile settings. Articles change their length and language to match the learning level of the user.
Educators, Librarians, and Parents can learn how to get the most out of World Book Online with these training resources
An app is available so that children may read the eBooks within World Book Online when not connected to the internet. You can read more about this app on the World Book site.