EBSCO - provides access to periodicals, biographies, primary source documents, essays, encyclopedia articles, almanacs, reference books, pamphlets, newspapers, transcripts, photos, maps, and more. Peer-reviewed articles are available. Workspace is also available to use for saving articles, images, etc. Search alerts and journal alerts may be set as well.
Gale (Thomson GALE) - provides a selection of reference material, thousands of full-text periodicals and newspapers, primary documents, creative works, and multimedia, including hours of video and audio clips and podcasts. Students access information in a variety of formats and major subject areas including history, science, literature, social studies, and more. Literary criticism is a major component of this resource.
NoodleBib -format your bibliography in MLA, APA, or Chicago/Turabian style with ease. This composer tool offers fully integrated note-taking as well. Teachers can view their students' work and send feedback, all within NoodleBib. Bibliographies can be exported directly into Word. NoodleBib is used on many college and university campuses, including UT's online library. Click here to take tour, view user's guide and more. Click here to view a new, improved web version of the user's guide.
World Book Web - images, articles, web sites, ebooks and more - click here to see a video tutorial.