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Encyclopedia Britannica Online School Edition: Choose between three different levels of encyclopedias.


Grolier Online: Use a variety of general and subject encyclopedias, including Encyclopedia Americana, New Book of Knowledge, New Book of Popular Science, and Lands and Peoples. This source even includes a Spanish-language encyclopedia, Nueva Enciclopedia Cumbre en Linea.



World Book:  A general encyclopedia source with many articles to help you with your research. World Book also includes a Spanish-language encyclopedia.



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        Facts on File databases -  IMPORTANT.  Select the Ancient and Medival History Online database. 
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        Gale Cengage Databases:  IMPORTANT.  Select the  Gale's Virtual Reference Library.

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        Marshall Cavendish Digital: Use strong keywords in the search box.

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        Fact Cite: Access a variety of sources on the following topics: Biographies, American History, Greek and Roman Mythology, and the Civil War.
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        EBSCO: This source is a full-text database containing articles from magazines, newspapers, encyclopedias and more. This service is partially funded by Central/Highlands/INFOLINK/South Jersey Regional Library Cooperative, a state tax funded service of the New Jersey Library Network.

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