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A collection of educational films covering a wide range of disciplines and time periods. Films are 15 minutes to over an hour long, and cover the arts, humanities, sociology and the sciences. Use as part of your research or for your own supplemental learning tool.
Updated regularly, Films on Demand brings you educational videos from a variety of producers such as Nova, BBC, National Geographic and PBS. Covering over 30 subjects and with varying lengths, these films are great for visual/auditory learners.
Though geared for high school students, you can use this database as a starting point for your studies or to access popular magazines. Use to access reference books, biographies, primary sources and images documents.
This general interest database designed for public libraries provides access to non-scholarly articles about a variety of topics. Use this database for general or basic knowledge, or or to gain contextual knowledge of a subject.
A great source for your History studies, this database provides access to an extensive array of primary sources from libraries, archives, and museums across the United States. Primary sources include images of artifacts, letters, photographs, posters, oral histories, video clips, sheet music, and more. Search by keyword, browse the topics, or view the special exhibitions.