Teens eResources for Research

Just getting started researching your topic? Try one of these resources.

Explora Canada Student Search 6-12 makes it easy for students in grades 6-12 to browse by topic or to search by keyword to find content from AP videos, magazines, encyclopedias and more. Results can be easily sorted by source type—magazines, reference books, news, photos, biographies, and primary source documents.  One great feature is a Topic Overview.

Ready for more research? Type your search directly into the search interface on either the first page of the website or the first page of the catalogue. Then click the tab labelled Articles & More. This will search our subscription resources including newspapers, magazines, journals and reports.

Try one of these specialized resources.

Britannica Library Young Adults

Check this authoritative resource for great content. Updated daily, this is another great resource with a user-friendly interface.

Biography in Context

Current, authoritative content always available. The date of the last update is displayed. Find biographical information on people from all walks of life, including actors, musicians, politicians, scientists, and more.

Academic OneFile

Search a number of resources at the same time across a variety of disciplines. Find articles from a variety of sources.

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