California is now offering, at no cost to local schools, districts or students, three online databases for use by every K-12 school and student in the state.
Online Content from Encyclopedia Britannica, ProQuest and TeachingBooks.net will be available - at school, at home, in libraries, on laptops, on phones--to all K-12 educators, students, librarians and administrators in the state.
" It's a simple idea: Help more California school kids succeed by being able to find more reliable information more easily where they look for it most-online," said Greg Lucas, California's State Librarian.
These content resources commonly referred to as "library databases" provide teachers and students with a massive online library of books, scientific research, newspaper articles, photos, videos and more--all aligned with the curriculum that California has created for its schools.
FOR REMOTE ACCESS FROM HOME OR A PHONE, SUBMIT THE CONTACT THE LIBRARY FORM.