Many research institutions, academic institutions, and government agencies create accessible databases that contain articles, documents and datasets on any given area of exploration and interest; when these databases and their contents are freely available they are referred to as open access.
Alternatively, institutions and agencies create research databases are only available via subscription; they are often curated for subject-specific deep dive research endeavors and require users to login using a paywall, username or password.
Below, students have access to a suite of subscription research databases as well as suggested open access resources. After graduation, students are encouraged to make use of their University or public library systems.
Usernames and passwords on Schoology SJ Library Resources
Extensive reference essays and literary criticism examining the lives of great authors—from William Shakespeare to J. K. Rowling—and their works throughout history from a wide range of scholarly and critical sources.
Usernames and passwords for the following subscriptions are in Schoology:
Bolles upper school students have school-issued accounts with NoodleTools. Ask your social studies teacher or librarian how access your account:
Suggested citation managers and examples: