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St. Francis Xavier Secondary School
"Striving for Excellence in Catholic Education; to give our students a Purpose and Hope for Life."
905.507.6666
  • St. Francis Xavier Secondary School
  • 50 Bristol Road West
  • Mississauga ON , L5R 3K3
  • Principal: Dan Compagnon
  • Vice Principal(s): James Chambers
    Caroline Mallozzi
    Jennifer Meier-Kingshott
    Christopher Vincent
  • Superintendents: Wayne Brunton
  • Trustee: Stefano Pascucci (Ward 4)
    Thomas Thomas (Ward 5)
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Database: a store of information that has been researched, verified and compiled in electronic form so that it is easily retrieved.  All information is credible and authenticated.
 
    EBSCO Student Research Center  - a comprehensive up-to-date database that contains magazines and newspaper articles, books, encyclopedias, biographies, country reports, primary source documents, photos, maps, film, video and much more.

britannica logo.pngBritannica Online - access to reference articles, journals and magazines, the web's best sites, multimedia and curriculum content for elementary, middle and high schools.  

gale.jpgGale Databases - access to full-text magazines, newspapers, scholarly journals, news and reference books covering variety of subjects such as arts, literature, science, health, government, history, technology, business, sports and much more.

jstor_logo.jpgJSTOR database includes access to the following collections: (Arts & Sciences Volumes I - XV; Life Sciences; 19th Century British Pamphlets; Ecology and Botany II; Business IV)

untitled.png Features criticism and theory, interviews with playwrights, and over 430 proffesional recording of productions from around the world.

 learn360.jpgLearn360 Online Videos are designed to meet the curriculum needs of the educational community by offering easy access to pre-screened academic videos covering many subject areas.

 

logo_curio_en-2x.bmp Curio offers teachers and students streaming access to high-quality, Canadian digital learning resources such as educational video and audio from CBC and Radio-Canada to meet today’s classroom needs and support learning anytime, anywhere.

 

For additional Library e-Resources visit:
http://www3.dpcdsb.org/students/library-e-resources

 

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