Databases are excellent research tools. They are large collections of articles from scholarly journals, magazines, newspapers and reference books. You can rely on the information you find in an academic, peer-reviewed or scholarly journal.
Amazing, varied databases containing full-text articles from scholarly journals and other periodical; one of your best choices! Click here for Gale Database. See your teacher-librarian for password.
Access full-content of every issue of Canada's MacLean's Magazine Online Digital Archives from the past 100+ years. See your teacher-librarian for password.
|Full-text periodical articles, including Auto Repair Reference and Canadian Points of View. Click here for EBSCO Database. See your teacher-librarian for password.|
Database containing numerous encyclopedias. Great for factual research and for getting an overview of a specific topic. Click here for Britannica School Encyclopedia. See your teacher-librarian for password.
A Canadian encyclopedia with interactive resources, timelines, videos and more. Click here for Historica Canadian Encyclopedia. No password required.
Use your library card to access the Mississauga Library Databases. Your library card gives you access to a wide variety of eResources (magazine articles, newspapers, eBooks, and more). Below the Search bar, select "E-Resources." Login using your library card number. Your PIN will be the last four digits of your phone number.
Curio.ca gives teachers and students streaming access to the best in educational content from CBC and Radio-Canada. You'll find documentaries from television and radio, news reports, archival material, stock shots and more. Click here for curio.ca. See your teacher librarian for password.