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eSources: good information
Wondering what a eSource is? An eSource is a collection of good information on one or several subjects.
We have a lot of eSource for kids, including encyclopedias, online books, and practice tests. Check them out below!
For all ages, with homework help and teacher resources. Sources include electronic magazines, newspapers, almanacs, encyclopedias, and books. Topics include Current Events, education, business, technology, and health.
Find biographical information on the world's most influential people.
Gale In Context: Elementary features a broad range of reliable, authoritative content for today's young learners.
With Gale In Context: Middle School, students in middle grades can find the information they seek at an appropriate reading level.
Learning Express helps you to prepare for standardized tests, career entrance exams, and other common assessments. Homework help and career resources are also available.
Find books children and teens will love to read with additional resources for parents, teachers, and librarians.
Learn a second language with Transparent. Transparent also includes KidsSpeak for elementary-aged children.
World Book is a comprehensive online encyclopedia with multimedia content available for researchers of any age.