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Last Updated: Mar 1, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Includes assignment and research topics.

Quick Links: Online Resources

  • Library Catalog: Destiny
    Books in our collection including eBooks. Also, hyperlinks leading to Gale eBooks and Catalist audiobooks. App available (Andriod/IOS) - Destiny Quest/Follett.
  • Virtual Reference Collection (Online Databases)
    Username and password can be found on page 4 of your planner.
  • Gale eBooks
    Includes 'for Students' series (Novels, Poetry, Short Stories, etc.). American Decades, Gale Encyclopedia of Mental Health, Gale Encyclopedia of Fitness, Psychologist & their Theories for Students. App available (Android/IOS) - Gale/Access My Library.
  • NoodleTools
    Use NoodleTools for your bibliograpphies, outlines and notetaking.
  • Turnitin
    If you need help on setting up a student account, enrolling in a class and uploading your paper us our Turnitin LibGuide.

Suggested Databases on the VRC

Recommended databases:

  • ABC-CLIO - American Government
  • ABC-CLIO American History
  • History Study Center
  • Issues & Controversies in American History
  • SIRS Decades

All of these databases include primary source documents.

You can also use Proquest Historical NY Times.

All of these databases will give you full text articles and primary source documents. Citations are generated for all databases except SIRS Decades and Proquest Historical NY Times.

If you need help or have questions regarding the databases or citation styles, see Mrs. Seymour.


Search GVRL for History eBooks


Chicago Style

MLA Style Guide

NoodleTools LibGuide


Need Citation or Research Help?

You can contact Mrs. Seymour for help with citations, research, Turnitin, and technical issues. Content and assignment questions should be directed to your classroom teacher.


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