CHS subscribes to the following online databases. You may access them from a computer in the library or at home with a username and password.
For help with searching databases, watch this video.
If you still are having trouble, come to the library and see Ms. McLeod or Ms. Fratus
Databases from EBSCO
Use Explora to search all the databases below it:
For More Advanced Academic Sources Use the Databases Below
JSTOR is a digital archive of articles from over 1000 academic journals in the fields of literature, the arts, science, history and African Studies. To access JSTOR you must set up a unique username and password. In order to do this you must use a "token" link which you can get from your teachers or librarians or in your Schoolloop News feed under "How to Access Information for Research Online". Already have a JSTOR account? Login here: http://jstor.org
You can learn how to search JSTOR by viewing this video: http://about.jstor.org/support-training/help/how-search-jstor
Internet Archive - "The Internet Archive, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, we provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public.
Internet Public Library - "In January 2010, the website "ipl2: information you can trust" was launched, merging the collections of resources from the Internet Public Library (IPL) and the Librarians' Internet Index (LII) websites. The site is hosted by Drexel University's College of Information Science & Technology, and a consortium of colleges and universities with programs in information science are involved in developing and maintaining the ipl2.
Your public library has online databases, too. To access the online databases you will need a library card and pin number.
|The San Jose Public Library has many online databases. Ebscoe Host, Literature Resource Center and History Resource Center are three databases you might find useful.|
|The Cupertino Library is a branch of the SCCL system. If you have a Cupertino library card and a pin number, you have access to these databases. Literature Criticism Online and Science Full Text are two databases that might be useful.|
|The Santa Clara City Library has many of the same databases as San Jose and the County libraries.|