Middle School Resources
Encyclopedia Britannica Digital Learning
ABC-CLIO History Databases
American History Online
Modern World History: Post-1500
African-American History Online
American Indian History Online
Ancient and Medieval History: Pre-1500
Health Reference Center
Time Magazine Online
The NY Times Online
Rosen Learning: Spotlight on American History
Rosen Digital Literacy
If you do not find what you need in the databases we offer, see below to use your own public library card to access your town library’s resources.
*Please note: Many, but not all libraries are listed here. You may have to search online to find your local library and then click on the link to that library’s research databases.
Links to Public Library Research Databases Children & Young Adults
Your library card barcode is required to access these databases. When entering your barcode, do not include spaces.
Baldwin Public Library
Bay Shore-Brightwaters Library
Bellmore Memorial Library
East Meadow Library
East Rockaway Library
East Williston Library
Elmont Library for Children
Elmont Library for Teens
Floral Park Library
Franklin Square Library
Garden City Library
Glen Cove Library
Gold Coast Public Library (Glen Head)
Great Neck Library
Herricks/Shelter Rock Public Library
Hewlett Woodmere Library
Island Park Library
Island Trees Library
Jericho Library Children
Jericho Library – Adult
Lakeview Public Library
Lawrence – Peninsula Public Library
Locust Valley Library
Long Beach Library
New Hyde Park Library (Hillside Public Library)
New York City Library
North Bellmore Library
North Merrick Library
Oyster Bay-East Norwich Library
Plainview-Old Bethpage Library
Port Washington Library
Rockville Centre Library
Roslyn Public Library
Additional Library Resources
Nassau Digital Doorway
Use Nassau Digital Doorway to browse and select from thousands of adult, young adult, and juvenile fiction (i.e. romances, mysteries, science fiction, humor) and non-fiction (i.e. biography, health and fitness, politics, sports) titles–including current best sellers and old classics–in both audio and e-book formats. Download up to five titles at once to your computer and enjoy them on your PC/Mac, a wide selection of portable devices (click here to see a complete list of compatible devices), or burn them directly onto a CD (when permitted by the publisher). All titles return themselves automatically–absolutely no late fines!
To access your Library’s digital audio and e-book collection you will need:
- A valid public library card in good standing.
- A computer with Internet access (high speed connection preferred).
- Free downloadable software for the computer and/or device on which you wish to access the material from the site.