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Middle/High Resources

*Databases are provided by Douglas County Libraries. When accessing these resources from home, you must login using your Douglas County Library card. Print the DCSD middle/high research guide for your students. 

OverDrive eBook Library

Participating schools can browse and enjoy eBooks and audiobooks anytime, anywhere, on any device. Students and staff login with their universal credentials to check out 3 titles at a time for a two-week lending period. After the lending period, the titles are automatically returned to the shelf!


Biography in Context*

Delivers outstanding research support with 600,00+ biographical entires on more than 528,000 individuals. 


Britannica Library Young Adults*

Provides current events and primary sources for grades 7-12.


Culture Grams*

In depth resources about cultural aspects of societies and nations. 


Facts on File*

Research American History, Ancient and Medieval History, and Modern World History with this multi-subject database.


Global Issues in Context*

Supports global awareness and provides a global perspective while tying together a wealth of authoritative content.


Literature Resource Center*

Up to date biographical information, overviews, full-text literary criticism, and reviews on more than 130,000 writers in all disciplines, from all time periods and from around the world. 


Opposing Viewpoints in Context*

A multi-subject research database which covers today's hottest social issues. 


TeachingBooks.net

A vetted collection of instructional materials for teachers about children's and young adult books and authors.


Free Digital Resources

Free and reliable K-12 educational resources chosen by DCSD librarians.