Using library databases is an easy and efficient way to find reliable information for academic papers, projects, and reports.
Using Gale, Proquest, and MCOE databases from home requires a password. You must be logged in with your Google account to view the passwords page.
World History in Context (Gale) provides access to resources focused on the most significant people, events and topics in World History. Sources include magazine and newspaper articles, primary source documents, biographies, videos, images, links to credible websites and much more.
Science in Context (Gale) provides access to resources from a wide range of scientific disciplines including biology, chemistry, earth and environmental science, health, technology, physics and astronomy. Sources include magazine and newspaper articles, experiments, videos, credible websites and much more.
Virtual Reference Library (Gale) provides access to encyclopedias and other specialized references sources for many disciplines.
* Issues Researcher: covers topics studied for argument and debate
* Government Reporter: provides access to historic and government documents, directories and almanacs
* Renaissance: covers arts and humanities topics
GATE (Merced County Office of Education) provides access to Grolier Online Encyclopedia, California Streaming, and Common Core Resources.