Content Area online resources are available under Instructional Programs.
DiscoveryStreaming: Teacher access to Discovery video clips. Teachers should talk to their media specialists about access.
Online resources provided to SMCPS students are accessible from school and home. Ask your library media specialist for the username and password for home access.
|Student Databases||Resource Links|
|Capstone||PebbleGo (Elementary only) PebbleGo Next|
|ProQuest||CultureGrams, SIRS Researcher, SIRS Discover, SIRS Decades|
|World Book||WorldBook Online|
|ABC-CLIO Databases (High School Only)||American History, World History: The Modern Era, World Geography: Understanding a Changing World|
|Gale Cengage Learning||Gale Opposing Viewpoints In Context|
|Gale Cengage Learning||Global Issues In Context|
|SMCPSelibrary||Access to library catalogs in all schools|
|SAILOR||"Maryland’s public libraries make a shared collection of Internet-based databases available through Sailor to ensure equal access to online research databases for all Maryland residents." Click the Research Databases SAILOR link to access the available databases.|
|Southern Maryland Libraries||This link provides access to the public library resources of Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary's County Counties.|
|ASK Us Now!||Maryland's 24/7 online research and information service for Maryland residents and students of all grade levels.|
|Library of Congress||Resources for libraries, information professionals, and researchers. These include acquisitions, cataloging, preservation, research, special programs, standards and access to the catalogs of the Library of Congress and other libraries.|
|Library Spot||This resource was designed to "bring the best library and reference sites together with insightful editorial in one convenient, user-friendly spot." It includes a reference desk, a reading room (links to journals, magazines, and newspapers) and libraries (link to library catalogs).|
|Thinkport||Thinkport is a resource for Maryland educators, families, and communities from Maryland Public Television, Johns Hopkins University and the Center for Technology in Education|