Today, October 12, is Indigenous People’s Day. Staff and students in the Eastside Native American Education Program (ENAEP) are honoring the first inhabitants in the United States by acknowledging and commemorating their contributions, history and culture.
To access the research databases below from home, go to your school's PowerSchool Learning or Destiny pages or contact your school's library media specialist for login information.
Use the links below when accessing from school.
Britannica School includes age-appropriate encyclopedias, reference books, magazine and journal articles and websites.
Britannica ImageQuest offers millions of rights-cleared images.
CultureGrams gives information about other states and countries.
e-Library K-12 includes magazines, newspapers, books, maps and more.
History Study Center provides primary and secondary sources covering 14 centuries of world history.
King County Library System provides access to more research databases.
PebbleGo is a resource for primary students to investigate animals, biographies, social studies and earth/space science.
PebbleGo Next provides information about states in the United States and American Indians.
ProQuest provides articles from magazines, newspapers and journals.
ProQuest Learning: Literature includes more than 180,000 searchable works of literature from medieval times to the present, including biographies, contemporary criticisms and reviews.
SIRS Discover is a general reference resource for all grades, including websites, images and full-text articles organized by grade level.