The Maywood Public Library District's
Databases and Websites
A listing of books and articles that are sometimes in full-text formats.
This database is only available inside of the library.
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This website is beneficial to students and teachers. Children from kindergarten through 8th grade can use Kids.gov to find help with their homework, view educational videos, learn about the government, and play games. Teachers can find lesson plans for their daily activities.
A social networking site that allows users to create catalogs of books they possess, have read, will read, and more. Users may also rate and review books that they enjoyed.
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EBSCO Main Menu
A comprehensive platform that takes you to the EBSCO Host relate databases mentioned on this webpage. The EBSCO Host Main Menu also allows you to make use of the EBSCO Host Research Database option, which allows you to search through Science Reference Center, Master File, and Green File at the same time.
Find ratings on cars, appliances, electronics, and other items. Read reports on different items in the “Consumer News,” or watch videos on some of the new products that you may be interested in purchasing.
A database that covers environmental subjects, such as recycling, renewable energy, global climate change, pollution, sustainable agriculture, and green building. This compilation of governmental, scholarly, and general-interests materials includes 9,100 records of full text.
Master FILE Premier
1,700 full text periodicals that encompass subjects on business, health, education, science, and multicultural issues. Master File also incorporates information from 107,000 primary source documents, and 592,000 maps and photographs.
A range of titles that can be used to decide what to read next. Searches can be limited by age, genre, reading level, or gender of the author. Novelist is also useful in discovering the chronological order of a book series.
Science Reference Center
A research database composed of 183 full-text science periodicals, 2,567 biographies, and 725 reference books. With the Science Reference Center, users can find information on physics, biology, medicine, space, the environment, chemistry, and many other subject areas. This database is designed specifically for students and teachers.
Student Research Center
This database was designed primarily for students ranging from 6th grade through high school. Users of this interface have access to newspapers, country reports, magazines, biographies, films and videos. The Student Research Center also provides reference materials such as an online dictionary and encyclopedia.
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