A deep periodical database designed for college-prep studies, with full-text articles from over 4,000 national and international publications. Includes daily coverage from The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor and The Washington Post, plus historic New York Times articles back to 1851.
In-depth coverage of over 300 key social issues, using articles and information compiled from a wide range of global full-text sources. Includes overviews and pro/con discussions.
An archive of full-text articles from scholarly journals, covering a wide variety of disciplines.
The complete text of the encyclopedia with related Internet links, selected journal articles and media links.
Complete summaries of important current issues, with insight into all sides of the issue, bibliographies and more. CQ Researcher covers issues (domestic and foriegn) of concern to U.S. policy; Global Researcher covers issues of broader international interest.
The OED gives the meaning, history, and pronunciation of over half a million words, both present and past.
Online software site for keeping and organizing research notecards, creating source lists and bibliographies for research projects. Students create individual login accounts for a personalized folder for research and resources, and for off-campus access.
A collection of 130 primary documents that have shaped United State history, and 94 primary documents crucial to the development of world faiths. Each document entry includes the full-text and an image of the original, as well as analysis of the document's author, audience, meaning, and impact, plus links to relevant websites and a print bibliography.
A resource for reports and travel, especially accessible for elementary students, including information on customs and cultures, eating and recipes, sports, traditions, and more, for countries around the world.
Database covering global conflicts, from the Middle Ages to the Middle East.