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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.
Britannica Online - access to reference articles, journals and magazines, the web's best sites, multimedia and curriculum content for elementary, middle and high schools.
Gale 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 database includes access to the following collections: (Arts & Sciences Volumes I - XV; Life Sciences; 19th Century British Pamphlets; Ecology and Botany II; Business IV).
Provides open access to peer-reviewed journals.
Provides comprehensive education and career planning resources that meet the learning needs, interests, and aspirations of all students.
Films, Videos, Music
Audio Cine Films provides streaming services of wide variety of popular and classic movies.
Customizable online film platform focused on the educational content with different genres.
Curio.ca provides streaming access to the best in educational video and audio from CBC and Radio-Canada.
Features criticism and theory, interviews with playwrights, and over 430 professional recording of productions from around the world.
Learn360 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.
Naxos Music Library is a comprehensive classical music streaming platform of over 2 million tracks that also includes album compilations, composer and artist biographies, study guides, and music dictionary.
NFB Films & Videos collection includes documentaries, animations, experimental films, fiction and interactive works.
TED-ED Videos collection contains educational videos for teachers and students.
For additional research information, please visit DPCDSB Library e-Resources