The following databases cover many disciplines and contain journal articles, magazine articles, newspaper articles, images and other multi-media:
EBSCOhost includes the following databases: AP Source, PsychArticles, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection, ERIC, Professional Development Collection, Newspaper Source, TOPICSearch, HealthSource, and MAS Ultra – all are cross-searchable and include citation tools.
Gale includes the following databases: Literature Resource Center and Opposing Viewpoints and several more that cover all disciplines- many are cross-searchable and all include citation tools.
eLibrary includes a general search database for journals, magazines, newspapers, and other multi-media that cover all subjects . All have citations included.
JStor is a huge database covering all disciplines at a very scholarly level. Please see the librarian for home use sign-up. You must have an individual sign in to use this database from home.
The following databases have more specific collections as described below:
History Study Center: A history database including journals, magazines, newspaper, government documents, and primary sources. All citations are included.
Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism: This online guide covers major theories on literary criticism.
Questia is a tens of thousands of full-text eBooks covering all subjects. This database requires an individual login. Individual logins are provided for students in grades 10-12. Your username is your regular computer username and your password is your student ID.