Researching

What is a database and how can it help you research? 

"The Human Element" presented by ProQuest from C3 Motion Graphics on Vimeo.


What is a Library Research Database? from OSLIS on Vimeo.




Which databases are available to KMS students?

North Kitsap School District Databases: One log-in gives you access to a variety of ProQuest databases.

Kitsap Regional Library (KRL) Databases: Once you choose a resource from KRL, you will need to enter the KMS library card number: 29068006856136 

  • Watch a Gale Databases video demo.
  • Get your own KRL e-Card number so that you can save resources and searches on the Gale Databases.


What other reliable resources are available?
Download log-in information to access these resources.

World Book Encyclopedia: Access Kids, Student, Advanced, and Spanish versions of the encyclopedia with this link directly from a school computer. 
 
Learn360: Access thousands of videos and other multi-media resources to help with homework and projects on any subject. Once you log-in, you can create your own username and password.

MackinVia:
 Access our ebook collection which includes mostly non-fiction but also some classics. Many students can read the same book at one time.

The Seattle TimesCurious about current events or local news?

Seattle Public Library: Get your own
SPL library card for books, ebooks, and many more resources.


Don't forget to cite your sources.

  • Most databases will give you citation information for your bibliography, reference page, or works cited page.
  • You may also use a citation maker (from OSLIS) to cite sources in MLA or APA formats. Ask your teacher which format to use.

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