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Library Catalog

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Citation Help

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Reference Databases

Access Science
This database is the online version of the Mc Graw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology.

Encyclopedia Britannica
Encyclopedia Britannica is a general reference source that also includes the Merriam Webster Dictionary.


Facts on File:  Science Online
Science Online is an excellent general science information resource.

Facts on File: Today's Science
Today's Science contains current science news relevent to student research.

Gale: Science in Context
Use Science in Context to locate reference articles, newspaper and magazine articles, multi-media resources.

Marshall Cavendish Digital
Marshall Cavendish is an excellent resource for science research information.

Salem Science
Salem Science provides access to eight science reference sets on a broad range of topics.

World Book 
Use World Book to find general information on science topics.

More Resources

  • Annenberg Lerner: Amusement Park Physics
    Use this website to design a roller coaster and learn the laws of physics that apply to your ride design.
  • Explain that Stuff!
    Explain that Stuff is an online science and technology book written by Chris Woodford, the author of the Cool Stuff book series.
  • NBC.Learn
    This collaboration between the National Football League and the National Science Foundation explores the science of football, including the importance of speed, velocity, and Newton's Laws of Motion. Check the left hand menu to click through to discover the science applied in the sport of golf as well.
  • NOAA
    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration(NOAA) provides national weather information and alerts through its National Weather Service division.

Solar Car


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