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Encyclopedia Britannica

A comprehensive interactive resource for research and learning for grades K-12. Includes correlations to California Content Standards and other valuable teacher resources. Post links directly to each school level, elementary, middle or high. Britannica School – Age-appropriate English language encyclopedias for elementary, middle, and high school. • Britannica Escolar – Age-appropriate Spanish language encyclopedias for elementary and middle school students.

Elementary  Middle  High Escolar

Need help from Britannica? See our support page. (800) 621-3900 x 7160 | edsupport@eb.com

 

TeachingBooks.net 

One-stop resources for books you are reading and teaching, including author and illustrator interviews, lesson plans, and other enrichment content.– a suite of instructional resources that enrich the fiction and nonfiction books read by children and young adults. Databases include:

      

      

Need help from TeachingBooks.net? See our support page. (800) 596-0710 | accounts@TeachingBooks.net

 

ProQuest 

Connect to ProQuest through your library network and search ProQuest content from there. 
 

CultureGrams SIRS Discover SIRS Issues Researcher elibrary Guided Research Edition elibrary Database Edition ProQuest Central Student ProQuest Research Companion Schools and Educators Complete

Need help from ProQuest? See our support page. (800) 521-0600 ext. 72971 | customerservice@proquest.com

 

The icons above and main links below work for accessing these resources on your school campus. Students and staff with the district/school's off-campus access name and access codes should use the "Off-Campus Access" links below when using from public libraries or other non-school locations.

 

 

 

 

Why Utilize the Quincy Junior-Senior High School Library?

Not everything is on the Internet or pertinent to your academic carrier. Availability to browse and read books, magazines, encyclopedias, and other print materials that are not online.

Not everything is free. Access to fee-based databases with Britannica, Teaching books, and Pro-Quest with magazines and scholarly journals and digital books in full text in context.

Library Privileges:

Borrowing privileges and access to the QJSHS Library to all currently registered QJSHS students, QJSHS employees. The Librarian Technician spends time selecting quality materials: books, journals, and databases. We focus on collecting scholarly and authoritative materials, especially for your classes.

Library Obligations:

Borrowers are responsible for returning materials on time. The fine for overdue books is $0.5 per book per day, excluding weekends and holidays. All overdue books must be returned and fines paid before additional books may be checked out.