Library/Media Center

  • Gale Databases

    Click here to access the following databases through Gale:

    1. Opposing Viewpoints in Context (Pros and cons)

    2. Student Resources in Context (All subject areas)3. Literature Resource Center

    4. Custom Newspapers

    If you are accessing this database at home, you will need the password: wood22249

  • EBSCO Host Databases

    Click here to access the following databases through EBSCO Host:

    1. Biography Collection Complete

    2. History Reference Center

    3. Science Reference Center

    4. TOPICsearch (All subject areas)

    5. Job and Career Accelerator (Help finding a job)

    This access is through the public library and not through the school.Because you live within Woodbridge Township, your access to these materials is free. The above databases can be accessed without any sort of library card number, ID name, or password. With a free library card, you can also access the following databases:

    1. NoveList (Reading Recommendations)

    2. FactsonFile: This is a database that contains many other smaller databases inside it including:

    - Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center

  • - Bloom’s Literature (Great writers and world literature)
  • - Health Reference Center
  • - World Geography and Culture
  • - African-American History
  • - American History
  • - American Indian History
  • - American Women’s History
  • - Ancient and Medieval History
  • - Modern World History
  • - Science Online

3. Mango Languages (Teach yourself one of 80 new languages!)

4. Rosen Health and Teen Wellness

5. Learning Express Library (Practice tests for SAT, ACT, and public service positions like police and firefighters.)

6. Grolier Online (Encyclopedia)

7. World Book Online (Encyclopedia)

  • Using Our Database
    For a step-by-step walkthrough of how to use our databases, use this document.
  • Current Events Resources

    If you need to do research on current events and don't know where to start, try this worksheet!