Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center
Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center draws on the acclaimed social issues series published by Greenhaven Press, as well as core reference content from other Gale and Macmillan Reference USA sources to provide a complete one-stop source for information on social issues. Access viewpoint articles, topic overviews, statistics, primary documents, links to websites, and full-text magazine and newspaper articles
Student Research Center
Good starting place for research projects for middle school and high school students.
This current events database allows researchers to explore social, political & economic issues, scientific discoveries and other popular topics discussed in today’s classrooms. TOPICsearch contains full text for over 102,800 articles from more than 2,500 diverse sources, including more than 1,550 full text periodicals.
This is a great directory created by the Multnomah County Library.
Learn about about 20th Century science and high-tech devices.
If you need to research current social issues, check this page out.
Looking for a biography? check out this site
The History Net
"where history lives on the web"
How Stuff Works
This site explains the mechanics of everyday things.
Online periodic table of elements
great site for literary analysis, each profiled work includes a novel summary, character profiles, metaphor analyses, top ten quotes, and a biograph
Karla's Guide to Citation Style Guides
This web site is a great directory of pages that explain how to cite sources using a specific style, such as APA or MLA.
Women's History Month
Includes timeline, biographies, information on important trials, as well as annotated links.
Presidents of the United States
In this resource you will find background information, election results, cabinet members, notable events, and some points of interest on each of the presidents. Links to biographies, historical documents, audio and video files, and other presidential sites are also included to enrich this site.
This Day in History
From the History Channel.