Posted by: kitkat | January 15, 2008

Culturegrams

We now have a great new database for use IN THE LIBRARY that’s called culturegrams.

From their site:

Today, educators, librarians, and administrators in more than 30,000 K-12 schools rely on ProQuest Information and Learning to:

  • Provide comprehensive, easy-to-use educational resources to power learning and increase student achievement
  • Enhance curriculum with age-appropriate, high-quality digital content from primary and secondary sources spanning thousands of titles and multiple media types
  • Provide landmark articles and electronic resources that illuminate all aspects of the most vital issues of our time
  • Inspire students to reach their fullest potential in the core curricula of Language Arts, Social Sciences, the Sciences, and Mathematics; and secondary curricula including the Arts, Multicultural Studies, and Technology and Vocational Education

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