Online Databases
The following databases are available from school and at home through the Library Media Center. For username and password information, please see a staff member in the LMC.

[Please NOTE: This page needs updating based on some recent changes to databases. Thanks for your patience!]

BadgerLink includes the databases: EBSCOhost (magazines and journals), ProQuest: (local, state and national newspapers), African American Biographical Database, NewspaperARCHIVE, Teaching Books and LitFINDER. BadgerLink is a program supported and funded through the Department of Public Instruction-Division for Libraries, Technology and Community Learning

CQ Researcher
Comprehensive, nonpartisan analysis of contemporary issues; pro and con arguments by experts; up-to-date information on controversial topics; searchable archives dating back to 1991; a chronology and annotated bibliography; information for citing sources in MLA and APA formats

Ebsco Databases (Multiple Search)
Explora: One link to search them all! (Badgerlink resource)

Facts on File
Contains the following databases:
* Bloom's Literary Reference Online
* Issues & Controversies
* Issues & Controversies in American History

Follett Shelf eBooks
Follett eBooks are digital editions of print titles with advanced capabilities that makes the library accessible 24/7. Read online, check it out or download.

Grolier Online (Home Access, Password needed)
Same great resources as at school, from home. See library media staff for username and password.

Grolier Online Encyclopedia (School Access)
Encyclopedia Americana
Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia
New Book of Knowledge
La Nueva Enciclopedia Cumbre

Opposing Viewpoints
More than 2,500 viewpoint articles, 1,000 topic overviews, than 3,000 statistical tables, charts, graphs, 24 titles from the Information Plus Reference series, 320 profiles of federal agencies and special interest groups, 1,100 annotated links to reviewed and subject-indexed websites or organizations and government agencies, 700 court case overviews, and 30 general news full text periodicals and newspapers

SIRS Researcher: Student Reference, Social Issues, Health, Science, and Business
SIRS Government Reporter: Historic and Government Documents, Directories and Almanacs
SIRS Renaissance: Current Perspectives on the Arts & Humanities
Spotlight on Green Movement: Highlighting efforts to preserve and protect the environment

At, you'll find primary source materials, interactive student resources and grade-specific research lists to help you tailor materials to meet your needs. Start exploring now!