Monday, April 12, 2010
ProQuest Celebrates National Library Week
Open Access Through Sunday, April 18!
To celebrate libraries and the ways you help communities thrive, ProQuest offers free and open access to many popular resources. Access is available through Sunday, April 18.
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General Reference & Homework Help
CultureGrams explore the world's cultures with local experts that document the history, customs, government, and daily life in multimedia reports on over 200 countries - from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.
eLibrary this easy to use resource brings together content about in-demand subjects from millions of multimedia-rich, global resources.
SIRS Discoverer a safe, kid-friendly online research and discovery environment for young researchers from elementary to middle school.
SIRS Issues Researcher learn the origins, pros and cons, global perspectives and the essential questions under debate for more than 300 of today's social issues.
History & Genealogy
ProQuest African American Heritage is a groundbreaking resource that brings together records critical to African American family history research and connects users to a community of research experts.
ProQuest Historical Newspapers - Black Newspapers for eye-witness accounts of history being made, start here.
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