A to Z Databases

  1. America's Newspapers

    Read newspapers from around America.

  2. Magazine Articles: General Reference Center Gold

    Articles on politics, economic changes, consumer trends to current events from magazines and newspapers.

  3. Biography in Context

    Look up information about biographies.

  4. Britannica Library

    Search the classic encyclopedia online.

  5. Flipster

    Gain instant access to the most popular magazines through Flipster, an online newsstand.

  6. Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia

    View the Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia.

  7. JobScout

    Scout the internet for jobs.

  8. Junior Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations

    Junior Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations consist profiles of various countries. Country profiles explore economical, social, geographical and historical information of the nation.

  9. Literature Resource Center

    Find out about different types of literature.

  10. Los Angeles Times

    Inspect the Los Angeles Times.

  1. Newspaper Archive

    Pursue information about archived newspapers.

  2. Novelist

    Peek at the novelist database.

  3. Opposing Viewpoints

    Review the opposing viewpoints database.

  4. Read the Books

    Browse the Read the Books database.

  5. Rosetta Stone

    Learn a new language! Offering 30 languages to meet a range of cultural interests. Only Level 1 courses available. Core lessons to build reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Focused activities to refine grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and more!

  6. Scholarships, Fellowships, & Loans

    Notice the different scholarships, fellowships, and loans that are available.

  7. Social Studies Fact Cards

    Indians, Explorers, Missions, Ranchos, Governors and other aspects of California History.

  8. Testing & Education Reference Center

    Observe the testing and education reference center.

  9. Value Line

    Explore company stock history with Value Line