Gale Virtual Reference Library
Gale Virtual Reference Library is a database of encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for research. These reference materials can be accessed online in the Library during regular Library hours or from home 24/7.
Defining Documents in American History
This electronic resource focusing on primary source documents from the American Revolutionary period. Each document includes a description of the author’s life and circumstances in which the document was written. Document analysis guides are also included.
Earth Science: Earth’s Surface & History
This two volume set explores the land masses and seas of the world mountain ranges, the oceans, continental movement, and a wide variety of features that have influenced life on earth, including detailed explorations of the evolution of dinosaurs, fish, birds, plant life and humans.
Earth Science: Physics & Chemistry of the Earth
Detailed look at the dynamics of the earth’s mass and how its chemistry produces change. Includes topics such as climate change, geothermometry and geobarometry, glacial events, and mass extinction theories.
Great Lives From History: Scientists and Science
These online volumes covers over 350 of the most notable scientists in history from a wide range of scientific fields. Each biography offers commentary focusing on the significant contributions of each scientist.
Innovators: Computer Technology Innovators
Examines over 120 individuals and personalities who had an innovative and influential impact on the development and evolution of the Internet with an emphasis on early innovators and founders of early computer companies.
Salem Health: Cancer
This in-house resource answers all your questions about diagnoses and results.
Salem Health: Adolescent Health and Wellness
For in-depth research for YA social issues, health myths, and tools for success after high school, browse this in-house resource.