More than 9,000 primary and secondary sources to help students discover the everyday details about past eras that make historical accounts relevant and meaningful. Explore the domestic, economic, intellectual, material, and recreational life of individuals throughout history. Research topics such as food, fashion and holidays.
Search across several EBSCO databases at once. Find information for school assignments from magazines, newspapers, videos, encyclopedias, primary source documents, images and biographies. Topics include arts and literature, business and government, current issues, geography, health, history, science, and math.
Full-text periodical articles, biographies, maps, flags, reference books, and primary sources, covering many subjects including history, science, and health.
Full-text articles from over 140 popular middle school magazines as well as reference books, primary source documents and images. Covering subjects such as history, current events, science and sports, it also includes thousands of biographies and primary source documents, plus over a million photos, maps and flags.
Interactive e-books from the Spotlight on Native Americans series. This series provides a narrative history of Native American peoples from all corners of North America, from before European explorers ever set foot on American soil to modern life on reservations today.
Full-text content about both sides of current social issues. Use topic overviews, pro/con viewpoints, infographics, statistics, and primary documents to explore both sides of issues in current events, economics, environmental issues, political science, and more.
Full-text magazines articles, newspapers, radio and television news transcripts, reference books, and primary source documents present multiple sides of current issues, which can be used to develop persuasive arguments and essays and better understand controversial issues. Subjects include citizens’ rights, earth and environment, global issues, health and medicine, media and communications, national debate topics, people and society/culture, sports, women’s issues and many more.
Full-text articles on current events, social, political and economic issues, scientific discoveries and other popular topics. Sources include periodicals, government publications, biographies, book reviews, international newspapers, and public opinion polls.
A comprehensive U.S. history resource including reference works, news and periodical articles, and primary source documents ranging from slave journals to presidential papers.
Hundreds of customizable, interactive timelines of important events throughout history. Includes features for students and teachers to create and share their own timelines.
A comprehensive world history resource covering the ancient world through today’s headlines. Includes primary sources, reference, and multimedia content about cultures and societies that have formed the history of the human race.