Looking for resources discussing both sides of political and social issues? POV provides guides to the opposing positions, help with developing arguments, and resources for writing position papers. Includes full-text articles and resources. (EBSCO)
PolicyMap is an online data and mapping resource covering demographics, housing, crime, health, jobs and more. This link provides access to the FREE version. You can view maps one data layer at a time. For more features, students can purchase individual subscriptions. See the "More Information" link.
Designed specifically for elementary school libraries, this database covers popular, elementary school publications--many in full-text. Every full-text article is assigned a Lexile reading level indicator. (EBSCO)
Full-text of 300+ peer-reviewed journals. Covers literature, history, the arts, culture, education, political science, gender studies, etc. Very current (some journals appear here before they are printed!), but limited to about 10 years of back issues.
Contains the full-text of 51 journals published by the APA and allied organizations since 1987. NOTE: You will find more results by searching PsycINFO. Everything in PsycARTICLES is included in the more extensive PsycINFO database. (EBSCO)
The premier research tool for psychology and related disciplines (education, sociology, nursing, etc.). Provides access to journal articles, book chapters, dissertations, and technical reports. (EBSCO)
* Journal coverage includes 1887-present, and is 99% peer-reviewed. Book chapter coverage includes 1987-present.
* Use the Classification Categories and Codes as a search limiter to narrow your results.
* More info from EBSCO.
Information about all levels of education in the state of Pennsylvania, teacher certification, school districts, etc.; plus news about state initiatives, a "Kids Stuff" page, and access to Web-based bulletin boards.
Contains detailed occupational information for over 230 occupations, covering the majority of jobs in Pennsylvania. Produced by the PA Department of Labor and Industry, Center for Workforce Information and Analysis.
Project Gutenberg is the first and largest single collection of free electronic books. They offer about 30,000 free, online books. Due to copyright restrictions, most of these are older, "classic" texts.