Databases and EBooks
The library's Databases and eBooks are a valuable resource for researching. Citations have already been created for these resources easing the citation process. The Databases provide full-text articles from magazines, journals, newspapers and books. They can be saved, downloaded or printed. The eBooks are reference books that you can access online. Sections may also be saved, downloaded or printed.
This page has all 45 databases available to you from Gale Cengage.
Or choose to go directly to one of the more popular of the Gale Databases below.
Films in this database can be used in very short segments. Great for adding to presentations!
Databases and eBooks for Select Subject Areas
This quick guide covers the following topics:
- How to create a new account
- How to start a new project and a source list
- How to create notecards
- How to share a project with your teacher
- How to set up a project collaboration with your classmates
Go to The Noodle Tools Page on the menu for video tutorials about creating a new project, importing citations from Gale and using notecards
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