Digital Resources

The Middle School library subscribes to a number of electronic databases.   They can be accessed from home as well as in school.  However, to use these from your home you need to come to the library to obtain your User ID and Password. 

The Complete List of all digital resources - includes encyclopedias, subject-specific resources, e-books, magazines, newspapers, and more.

Below are the most frequently used digital resources.

Britannica School - Gives teachers and students instant access to four complete encyclopedias and other resources that ensure consistency with classroom topics and age-appropriate language.  You can set it for the elementary, middle, or high school level.  This is available through .

Discovery Education- Sign on using your Google credentials (click on "Sign in with Google"). Contains current, well-organized videos and other resources from reliable sources.  All content is easily searchable by subject and grade level.  This is a great alternative to YouTube!

Kids InfoBits - contains information from over 100 age-appropriate magazines for elementary aged students.  Also includes a dictionary, maps, flags, seals, charts, and graphs.  This is available through .

Opposing Viewpoints - Presents an overview of controversial topics and then gives views/arguments on both sides of the debate about the topic.  This is made available through

Science Flix - Science articles and videos about: Earth Science - Space Science - Life Science - Health and Human Body -Physical Science - Technology and Engineering.

TrueFlix - a science and social studies multi-media resource.  It contains digital content for the award-winning True Book titles with introductory videos, a read-aloud function, highlighted and defined words, quizzes, activities, and project ideas.