Explora – for Kids

 

 

 

 

Explora for Primary School Students searches Primary Search and other EBSCO databases. It offers a single search box, mobile friendly design, easy to browse categories, and Lexile level indicators. Explora also offers thousands of Topic Overviews for all top searches.

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Explora – for Teens

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Explora is EBSCO’s interface for Schools and Public Libraries. Designed to meet the unique needs of its users, Explora supports both student research and classroom instruction with the following features simple search that quickly delivers relevant results, easy-to-browse categories organized by popular topic, and topic overviews that provide students with a starting point for research.

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Research in Context

 

 

 

 

 

Created specifically for middle school students, Research In Context combines the best of Gale’s reference content with age-appropriate videos, newspapers, magazines, primary sources, and much more. Categories cover a range of the most-studied topics including cultures, government, people, U.S. and world history, literature, and many more. Research In Context provides engaging reference, periodical, and multimedia content supporting national and state curriculum standards for grades 6 to 12 in language arts, social studies, and science. Middle school students will benefit from an interface that delivers a combination of the highly visual design and navigation preferred by younger users as well as the authoritative content and user-focused tool set needed to support middle school assignments and coursework.

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Scholastic GO!

 

 

 

Scholastic GO! contains more than 115,000 articles covering every core-curriculum subject. The articles and their illustrations are derived from the content of seven Scholastic encyclopedia databases: Encyclopedia Americana, Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia, The New Book of Knowledge, America the Beautiful, Lands and Peoples, Amazing Animals of the World, and The New Book of Popular Science.

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