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HMHS Databases and Digital Reference
EBSCOhost Access to all EBSCO databases.  Selected databases can be searched simultaneously. Novelist A reader's advisory resource for fiction.  Includes descriptions, reviews, read-a-likes, and award winners.
Newspaper Source Plus Database of more than 860 full-text newspapers.  Also includes over 857,000 television and radio news transcripts Novelist Plus A reader's advisory resource for non-fiction.
MAS Ultra - School Edition Provides full-text articles from nearly 500 popular high school magazines and 360 full-text reference books. Salem Press History and Literature Access to Salem Press reference books purchased by the HMHS library.
Academic Search Premier Provides full-text articles for more than 4,600 journals, 3900 of which are peer-reviewed. Literature Criticism Online Access to multiple volumes of Gale's Short Story Criticism and Poetry Criticism reference sets.
Points of View Provides overviews, point and counter-point essays and supporting articles on more than 200 current topics. Driving-Tests.org A free, driver's education program that offers: state-specific car, motorcycle, and CDL practice tests; online driver's manuals, and detailed answers to NJ DMV FAQ's.
Literary Reference Center Full-text entries from several major reference works, books, and literary journals. Includes book reviews, literary criticism, author biographies, interviews, poems and short stories.    

Haddonfield Public Library Databases and Digital Reference
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Infobase Access to all Infobase databases.  Content for their databases comes from many well-known Infobase brands including Facts on File, Learn 360, The World Almanac, Bloom's, Ferguson's, and Chelsea House. The Philadelphia Inquirer Full-text access from 1/1/1981 to current.
Today's Science Reports written for high school level students that are designed to "bridge the gap" between the classroom and recent scientific discoveries.  Updated weekly and includes a 15-year back-file of reports. The New York Times Comprehensive full-text coverage back to 1980.  Also, includes the NYT Historical Newspapers collection dating from 1851 through 2009.
Issues & Controversies In-depth investigative reports of current issues. America's Newspapers Offers both current and archived full-text access to hundreds of American newspapers including more than twenty New Jersey papers.

History Database Search
Facilitates the searching of all six Facts on File's history databases individually or simultaneously.  Included are: American History; American Women's History; African-American History; American Indian History; Ancient and Medieval History; and Modern World History. Learning Express Library

Resources designed to help users of all ages reach their educational and career goals.  Of particular value to high school students is the College Prep Center that offers tutorials for the PSAT, SAT, ACT, and AP tests.  It also includes an interactive ebook on writing college admissions essays that will score your essay.

Bloom's Literature Examines great writers, important works, memorable characters, and influential movements and events in world literature.  More than 20,000 critical essays from over 500 literary journals and 2,300 books. World Book Access to World Book products including Timelines, Info Finder, Reference Center, Discover, Early Peoples, Inventions and Discoveries, and Living Green.
Curriculum Resource Center

Provides a library of printable teacher-handout material for the middle, high school, and junior college curriculum.

Gale Virtual Reference Library Access to articles from more than 1500 Gale ebooks. Includes the frequently used For Students series (Short Stories..., Poetry..., Drama..., Novels..., Non-fiction Classics... and Literary Themes..., Shakespeare...).
Ferguson's  Career Guidance Center Profiles of more than 3,000 jobs and nearly 100 industries.  HPL's
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