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St. Francis Xavier Secondary School
"Striving for Excellence in Catholic Education; to give our students a Purpose and Hope for Life."
905.507.6666
  • St. Francis Xavier Secondary School
  • 50 Bristol Road West
  • Mississauga ON , L5R 3K3
  • Principal: Dan Compagnon
  • Vice Principal(s): James Chambers
    Caroline Mallozzi
    Jennifer Meier-Kingshott
    Christopher Vincent
  • Superintendents: Wayne Brunton
  • Trustee: Stefano Pascucci (Ward 4)
    Thomas Thomas (Ward 5)
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Database: a store of information that has been researched, verified and compiled in electronic form so that it is easily retrieved.  All information is credible and authenticated.
 
    EBSCO Student Research Center  - a comprehensive up-to-date database that contains magazines and newspaper articles, books, encyclopedias, biographies, country reports, primary source documents, photos, maps, film, video and much more.

     britannica logo.pngBritannica Online - access to reference articles, journals and magazines, the web's best sites, multimedia and curriculum content for elementary, middle and high schools.  

 

gale.jpgGale Databases - access to full-text magazines, newspapers, scholarly journals, news and reference books covering variety of subjects such as arts, literature, science, health, government, history, technology, business, sports and much more.

 

jstor_logo.jpgJSTOR database includes access to the following collections: (Arts & Sciences Volumes I - XV; Life Sciences; 19th Century British Pamphlets; Ecology and Botany II; Business IV)

 

learn360.jpgLearn360 Online Videos are designed to meet the curriculum needs of the educational community by offering easy access to pre-screened academic videos covering many subject areas.


 

logo_curio_en-2x.bmp Curio offers teachers and students streaming access to high-quality, Canadian digital learning resources such as educational video and audio from CBC and Radio-Canada to meet today’s classroom needs and support learning anytime, anywhere.

 

For additional Library e-Resources visit:
http://www3.dpcdsb.org/students/library-e-resources

 

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