• Middle School Online Resources

    The North Allegheny Library Department is committed to providing our students with 24-hour access to library materials for research, leisure, and information-seeking purposes.  As such, the middle school libraries have a variety of databases and eBooks that can be accessed at home.  Each offers beneficial features including text to speech, language options, enlargement capabilities, online dictionaries, as well as save and send options.  For remote access, please refer to the information available in Blackboard  their Library community groups.

    Six social studies databases: American Government, American History, Ancient & Medieval Eras, Issues, World Geography, World at War, Modern Era

  • Culture Grams

    The premier destination for geography! Learn about the cultures of 200 countries. Access maps, facts, photos, and recipes. Two additional databases focus on the United States and Canada. 

  • World Book
    Access World Book Kids, Student, Advanced, Discover, and Español for all general researching needs, games, science projects, and activities.

  • Ancient & Medieval History

    Featuring Primary Sources, maps & graphs, timelines, slideshows and videos.


  • PowerLibrary
    Pennsylvania's POWER Library offers a variety of resources, includingBookFlix & TrueFlix eBooks, Homework Help, CyberSmarts: eBooks for navigating the internet safely, Research in Context, Contemporary Authors, InfoTrac, LitFinder, and many more.

  • EBSCOhost
    Search over 200,000 archived magazines, newspapers, and academic periodicals.

  • NoodleTools

     Web-based tool creates outlines, online notecards, papers, and perfectly formatted citations.



  • Issues & Controversies Explores and analyzes hundreds of hot topics in politics, business, government, crime, law, energy, education, health, family, science, foreign policy, race, rights, society, and culture.


  • Science Online

    Offers diagrams, experiments, tables and data, timelines, videos and animations on a broad range of science topics.

  • If any of the links are not authenticating, please contact Tamara Turner, Library Department Chairperson. 
    Databases updated September 2021.