SIRS- Issues Researcher
Are you researching a topic that can be considered controversial? Start you r research here for back ground information and analysis on over 330 issues. SIRS will presents both sides of the issue providing you with a broad scope of information to fully understand the topic and make a well rounded argument. SIRS tackles topics such as health care reform, animal rights, medical ethics, world conflict, capital punishment, national security, surveillance and many more.
See Mrs. Paladini, the library staff or your teacher for the password.
Gale Student Resources in Context
Student Resources in Context provides holistic topic perspectives by integrating a multitude of content, including:
- Reference articles from acclaimed publications like American Decades
- Periodical and newspaper articles from the "New York Times", "USA Today", and many others
- Primary sources
- Multimedia records, including charts, graphs, maps and tables
- Video and audio content from NBC, NPR and many other respected sources
Password Required: See Mrs. Paladini or the library staff for password
Gale Virtual Reference Library
This is the link to our eBook collections. We have eBooks in general social studies, government, literature, medicine, sciences and psychology. There is unlimited access to all materials, no expiration date.
Click here to access electronic resources.
Password required: See Mrs. Paladini or the library staff for password.
Congressional Digest Debates: (http://www.congressionaldigestdebates.com/) Search through Congressional Digest Pro & Con, Supreme Court Debates and International Debates publications at the same time.
User Name= CalHigh
See Mrs. Paladini for Password. Students may come into the library to get instructions or send a School Loop message.
EasyBib is an online resource designed to help you properly cite your sources! While anyone can use the cite for free, we do have access to a special educational version. You must create your account initially while on a school computer. Once created, you will have remote access to all the additional features!
Science is the magazine of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Our staff and students have access to print version as well as electronic access to the following:
- Science: 1997-current issue, except Science Express PDF articles
(Note: research papers in Science Express become available under this subscription after publication in the print version of the journal.)
- Science Classic: 1880-1996
- Science of Aging Knowledge Environment Archive
- All Free Content on the site
There is no remote access at this time.