Online Databases and Resources

Most databases will require a password to access.  These passwords are available from your King Library Staff.  You can email tomholmes@berkeley.net for home access.

World Book Encyclopedia Online
Password needed from off-campus; see library staff.  



A great resource for debate topics, multiple perspectives on social issues.
Password needed from off-campus; see library staff. 



Learn about work activities, pay, and education needed for over 800 careers.

                                   
              Tales 2 Go
                       Stream and listen to audiobooks with a computer, tablet or phone!
Click on the link to learn how to access these resources from school and home.
   

http://sdm-sfx.digital.scholastic.com/
Thousands of text and media resources to support your understanding of science, technology, and engineering. A password is needed to use this resource from home.

Rosen Health and Wellness
Password needed from off-campus; see library staff. 




You will need your BPL library card.




Learn about hundreds of careers from data compiled by the US government.



https://go.scholastic.com/index.html

Reference resources on a variety of subjects. A password is needed to use this resource from home.


Newspaper articles online on science, law, health, war & peace, sports and more!


Extensive data on nations around the world.
Free and no password needed.


Photographs and primary source documents from California History, hosted by UC Berkeley.



https://www.teachingbooks.net/signin.cgi
Numerous resources on book titles for readers and teachers! To use this resource from home, a password is needed.
                                     
                    
                                          
                                                                      











Berkeley Public Library Databases
The Berkeley Public Library has abundant resources in print and electronic format.  Use your BPL card number to access their databases in a variety of subjects.



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