Databases

A-Z List

Ancient and Medieval History: World history coverage from prehistory through the 1500s.1500s.

Classroom Video On-Demand: Streaming video database with unlimited access to thousands of educational programs. Producers include: BBC, History Education, Modern Marvels, and National Geographic.

Culture Grams: Country reports, photos and videos on daily life and culture of the world's people.

eLibrary: Titles cover a wide range of subjects including business, education, general interest, health, language arts, sciences, and social sciences.

Gale Virtual Reference Library: Portal to Bear Creek's collection of electronic reference books.

GALE World History in Context: "Understand 5,000 years of civilization from a 21st-century framework. World History In Context provides an overview of world history that covers the most-studied events, periods, cultures, civilizations, religions, conflicts, wars, ideologies, cultural movements, and people."

History Study Center: Find primary and secondary sources on global history from ancient times to present.

JSTOR Register and Read: Create a MyJSTOR account and search and save up to 3 full-text articles every 14 days.

ProQuest: Full-text articles on a wide range of topics.

ProQuest Literature: Full-text database with biographical information, criticism, and multimedia on authors and poets as well as full-text access to many reference books.

SIRS Discoverer: Hundreds of e-books on subjects including health and human body, history, government, and science.

World Book Online: articles, images, videos, definitions and multimedia content from World Book.

Periodicals

eLibrary: Titles cover a wide range of subjects including business, general interest, health, language arts, sciences, social sciences and many other curriculum related subjects.

JSTOR Register and Read: Create a MyJSTOR account and search and save up to 3 full-text articles every 14 days.

ProQuest: Current newspapers and magazines (Economist, Nature, Science, Seattle Times, NY Times, Christianity Today, etc.).

Individual Periodical Subscriptions

Foreign Affairs: the leading forum for serious discussion of American foreign policy and global affairs.

Image Journal: "...the best of contemporary art in conversation with faith: engaging fiction, unforgettable poetry, thoughtful essays, fascinating interviews, stunning visual art, and much more."

Time Magazine: one of the most authoritative and informative guides to what is happening in the worlds of health, science, politics, business, society, and entertainment.

Wall Street Journal: market data, video content, company research and industry news.

Video

Classroom Video On-Demand: Streaming video database with unlimited access to thousands of educational programs. Producers include: BBC, History Education, Modern Marvels, and National Geographic.

E-Books

eLibrary: Titles cover a wide range of subjects including business, education, general interest, health, language arts, sciences, and social sciences.

Gale Virtual Reference Library: Portal to Bear Creek's collection of electronic reference books.

SIRS Discoverer: Hundreds of eBooks on subjects including health and human body, history, government, and science.

English Literature

Gale Virtual Reference Library: Full-text e-books related to literature include A Dictionary of Literary SymbolsReference Guide to World Literature, and Arts and Humanities Through the Eras.

ProQuest Literature: Full-text database with biographical information, criticism, and multimedia on authors and poets as well as full-text access to many reference books.

Christian Studies

Classroom Video On-Demand: Streaming video database with unlimited access to thousands of educational programs. Producers include: BBC, History Education, Modern Marvels, and National Geographic.

Gale Virtual Reference Library's Encyclopedia of Religion: A full-text resource that is considered a standard reference in the field. Presents a cross-cultural approach that emphasizes religion's role within everyday life and as a unique experience from culture to culture. 3,350+ articles written by an international team of scholars and contributors.

Science and Health

Classroom Video On-Demand: Streaming video database with unlimited access to thousands of educational programs. Producers include: BBC, History Education, Modern Marvels, and National Geographic.

Gale Virtual Reference Library's Nutrition and Well-being A-Z: This two-volume reference examines the relationship between food and health on a historical, national and personal level. It analyzes how nutrition has affected quality of life, health and fitness in various countries at different times in history.

JSTOR Register and Read: Creat a MyJSTOR account and search and save up to 3 full-text articles every 14 days.

ProQuest: Full-text articles on a wide range of topics.

SIRS Discoverer: Hundreds of eBooks and articles on a broad range of subjects, including: health and human body, history, government, and science. (Grades 1-9)

History

Ancient and Medieval History: World history coverage from prehistory through the 1500s.

Classroom Video On-Demand: Streaming video database with unlimited access to thousands of educational programs. Producers include: BBC, History Education, Modern Marvels, and National Geographic.

Culture Grams: Country reports, photos and videos on daily life and culture of the world's people.

eLibrary: A good database for an overview of your topic.

Gale Virtual Reference Library: History e-books include: Milestone Documents in World History and Arts and Humanities Through the Eras.

GALE World History in Context: "Understand 5,000 years of civilization from a 21st-century framework. World History In Context provides an overview of world history that covers the most-studied events, periods, cultures, civilizations, religions, conflicts, wars, ideologies, cultural movements, and people."

History Study Center: Find primary and secondary sources on global history from ancient times to present.

World Book Online: articles, images, videos, definitions and multimedia content from World Book.

World History Interactive Atlas and Timeline: jump through the centuries back to 3000 B.C. to see how borders and place names have changed.

Miscellaneous

Classroom Video On-Demand: Streaming video database with unlimited access to thousands of educational programs. Producers include: BBC, History Education, Modern Marvels, and National Geographic.

SIRS Discoverer: Hundreds of e-Books and articles on a broad range of subjects, including: health and human body, history, government, and science. (Grades 1-9)

World Book Online: articles, images, videos, definitions, and multimedia content World Book.