• Encyclopedias
    Websites may require user name and password, which are available from the student handbook, classroom teacher or librarian.
  • Britannica Britannica
    Three encyclopedias at different reading levels: Elementary, Middle, and High School.  Articles include videos and weblinks.

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  •  World Book
    World Book
    General encyclopedia contains 2 reading levels:  Kids or Discover and Student or Advanced.  Articles include videos and weblinks.
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  • Grolier

    Three general encyclopedias:  New Book of Knowledge, Grolier Multimedia, Encyclopedia Americana.  Several reference sources:  Amazing Animals of the World, America the Beautiful, Lands and Peoples, and The New Book of Popular Science.

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  •  CultureGrams

    Reference source with information about countries, states, and provinces.  Each geographic place has a traditional article, plus photos, videos and interviews.  Articles are divided between Kids Edition and World Edition.

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  • Wikipedia
    The largest and most popular encyclopedia in the world.  Articles are written by multiple authors whose names are not disclosed, and their expertise not known.  Because of this, it is not considered authoritative or acceptable for school projects.  Reading level is not controlled.
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