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The following databases cover many disciplines and contain journal articles, magazine articles, newspaper articles, images and other multi-media:

***For HOME USE usernames and passwords for GALE, EBSCOhost, and JSTOR, click here. (you must be logged in to your FCCPS Google account)

Gale Cengage Learning logo

GALE: Includes Science in Context, Literature Resource Center, World History and US History in Context, Global Issues in Context, Opposing Viewpoints and more. All databases are easily cross-searchable and include full-text with citation tools.

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EBSCOhost: Includes AP Source, PsychArticles, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection, ERIC, Professional Development Collection, Newspaper Source, TOPICSearch, HealthSource, and MAS Ultra. All databases are cross-searchable and include full-text with citation tools. 

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JSTOR: This is an advanced academic database that searches peer-reviewed journals and other academic sources. Full text and citation tools are included. To use this source from home, please see the home use Google document below. 

questia School logo

Questia:Questia searches tens of thousands of full-text eBooks covering all subjects. This database requires an individual login. Individual logins are provided for students in grades 11-12. Your username is your school email account and your password is your student ID. See Questia Search Tips for help using Questia. 

American Archive of Public Broadcasting a collaboration between the Library of Congress and WGBH

Search this amazing site for access to public television or radio broadcasts from the last 70 years - citations are provided. See Ms. Myklestad if you have questions. 

Picture of a bar graph ***Need datasets for your work? Check out the following link from Eastern Michigan University Library for raw data sites. https://guides.emich.edu/data/free-data

***For HOME USE usernames and passwords for GALE, EBSCOhost, and JSTOR, click here.*** 

You MUST be logged into your student FCCPS Google account to access this document.