From periodical databases to our computerized library catalog, the Red Land library is a technology-oriented research library that is geared toward preparing our students to use information in today's global community. The library houses extensive computer resources for use by our students. These databases may also be used at a student's home if they have Internet access. See a librarian if you wish to use the library databases at your home.
Doing some Research?
Consider these Resources.
Ø Red Land Library Catalog is for locating books, ebooks, and non-print resources in the Red Land High School Library.
Ø ProQuest has national and international newspapers, some PA papers, magazines and scholarly journals. Most resources are full-text.
Ø eLibrary contains newspapers, books, magazines, TV and radio transcripts, maps, and photographs. All entries are full-text.
Ø Gale Group Resources
Research in Context covers topics in literature, history (U.S. and world), biography, science and social studies
Opposing Viewpoints in Context is a rich database for social issue topics including viewpoint articles, topic overviews, statistics, primary documents and full-text magazine and newspaper articles.
U.S. History Resource in Context covers the U. S. from pre-Colonial to the present with articles and primary resources.
Ø Power Library offers EBSCOhost Full Text periodical resources, AP Images, Contemporary Authors, SIRS Discoverer, GreenFILE, Consumer Health Complete, and ACCESS PA (statewide library catalog).
Ø CultureGrams contains information about countries, states, famous people, photos and recipes.
Ø Salem Health has information about disorders, diseases, causes, symptoms, treatments, procedures, specialties, anatomy, and biology including sidebars addressing recent developments in medicine and prescription medicines.
Ø Internet is packed with resources good, bad and interesting! Pick out a search engine, create a specific search, evaluate the information and filter with a vengeance!