The Library has 2 New Databases!

Our newest science database is Gale’s Science in Context.   Science in Context delivers  integrated content through 150+ comprehensive reference sets from Gale Encyclopedia of Science, Chemical Elements, Science in Dispute and Macmillan Science Library, as well as:

  • More than 22,000 topic overviews
  • 7,000 biographies
  • 1.5 million periodical articles from noted publications like Science Weekly, Science News and The Science Teacher
  • 16,000 images and videos
  • 170+ detailed experiments
  • 8,100 biographies
  • Two dictionaries

And to support secondary teachers, Science in Context features the Science Standards search of full-text results linked to national and state science standards for grades 9-12.

Our second new database is also from Gale Publishing and it allows our users to read the pages of the London Times from the years 1785 – 1985.  See how Charles Dickens actually appeared to his contemporaries as written in the newspaper of his day!The Times of London, 1785 - 1985

The Times (London) is the world’s oldest continuously published newspaper. Readers — world leaders and the general public — have consistently turned to The Times for its in‐depth news coverage, parliamentary reports and comment, editorial opinion and unique view of history from the major reporters and editors of the period.  The Times Digital Archive, 1785–1985 allows users to search and view online this award‐winning newspaper in its original published context.