PebbleGo is the “Go-To” Database. 

PebbleGo includes: Animals, Science, Biographies (now with the inclusion of all U.S. Presidents), and Social Studies! 

PebbleGo Next includes: State and Native American Indian Studies. 

  • Simple Navigation consistent throughout the databases
  • Extending Learning (and Increasing Fun!) – Anytime learning engages readers over the
    internet from school and at home
  • Expertly Leveled Text and Engaging Spoken-word Audio and video clips
  • Educator Resources and Administration Tools – Lesson plans and reproducibles, usage reports and more…
  • Solutions are correlated to national state standards and next generation science standards with a focus on research skills and literacy. 

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Scholastic TrueFlix Accessible from school, home or mobile devices, Scholastic TrueFlix provide digital science and social studies resources for grades 3 and up with 140 curriculum units now included, such as video, ebooks, vetted articles and weblinks, primary source documents, lesson plans, and more.

TrueFlix meets common core standards, and allows students to master content-area knowledge in science and social studies while honing their literacy skills.

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Scholastic FreedomFlix With more than 60 multimedia units spanning 10 core areas of study, FreedomFlix offers students a behind-the-scenes look at the people, places, and events that shaped our world. Engage even the most reluctant readers with this dynamic, interactive digital resource! 

In order for anyone to build their content knowledge they must have access to credible, accurate, age-appropriate content. FreedomFlix provides compelling content blended with crucial online support tools to strengthen content knowledge, vocabulary, and core proficiency skills.  

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Scholastic ScienceFlix Emphasizing the latest STEM thinking and the Next Generation Science Standards, ScienceFlix is transforming the way students access science topics, acquire scientific knowledge, and build an abiding interest in science, technology, and engineering. 

Offering more than 50 complete units of study with over 6500 science-related assets in a variety of media, ScienceFlix provides students with a better understanding of science concepts and ideas through hands-on projects, videos, multiple text types, interactive features and more. 

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Scholastic GO! Providing credible, accurate, reliable content on almost every core-curricula subject, Scholastic GO! offers endless resources for research in a multitude of media. Explore nonfiction texts, world newspapers, videos and more with this easy-to-navigate digital resource designed to strengthen content knowledge, vocabulary, and core proficiency skills.

Administrators, teachers, and librarians are all feeling the pressure to make the leap to digital – and at the same time ensure students are developing the critical knowledge skills necessary for academic success. Integrating technology into a child’s education is critical in preparing them for college, career, and beyond.

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Cavendish Square Digital With over 55 digital resources available from a variety of content areas, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for with Cavendish Square Digital databases.

Cavendish Square Digital databases have been completely overhauled—and include a wealth of new features and enhancements that improve the user experience.

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Salem Health, Salem History, Salem Science and Salem Literature are online platforms that make a wide variety of Salem Press reference content available to patrons and students through participating institutions. Access to the content found in printed reference sets is available online at no additional charge to purchasers of those printed sets. (Access is limited to the content purchased as printed sets.) Schools and libraries may include some or all of the qualifying titles in their database.

eBooks vs Databases: There are both technical and editorial differences between eBooks and databases. Though the lines are blurred. To over-simplify: eBooks are electronic replicas of printed books. Databases are html or xml-coded electronic forms of text (and images, video, music) displayed differently (usually) from the printed version of the same text.

Because eBooks are digital replicas of print, they fully preserve the original, authored work and its “packaged identity” online. A lot of emphasis is placed on the fact an eBook was first a printed book. Because eBooks are direct replications of print, many publishers have chosen to convert their print reference to eBook form. Turning books into eBooks and housing them online on the publisher’s platform (or on one of the eBook vendors listed above) is cheaper than creating subject databases from the same content.

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Infobase Fourteen Great, Three-in-One Curriculum Solutions: American History, Pop Culture Universe, Daily Life through History, World

  • The award-winning Science Online reference database presents a broad range of scientific disciplines through extensive essays, videos, diagrams, definitions, biographies, and experiments. It has been completely redesigned and upgraded with a wealth of new content and a new, dynamic design that facilitates STEM research and learning. 
  • The Today’s Science topical database bridges the gap between the science that students learn in the classroom and the discoveries pushing the boundaries of science today. It provides in-depth explanations of important advances in biology, chemistry, environmental science, space, physics, and technology.

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ABC CLIO Fourteen Great, Three-in-One Curriculum Solutions: American History, Pop Culture Universe, Daily Life through History, World Religions, African American Experience, Latino American Experience, American Indian Experience, World at War Conflict and Society, World Geography, World History Ancient and Medieval Eras, Word History The Modern Era, American Government, United States Geography, Issues Controversy and Society.

Winner of Two 2011 Best Education Software (BESSIES) Award and Winner of Two 2011 Educational Software Review (EDDIES) Awards. 2011 CODiE Finalist for Best Educational Reference Solution. 2011 CODiE Finalist for Best Social Sciences Insructional Solution.

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