High 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 high school libraries have a variety of databases and eBooks that can be accessed from school and home. These resources offer beneficial features including text to speech, language options, enlargement capabilities, online dictionaries as well as save and send options. All students can access these through their laptops without the need for usernames and passwords. If students need remote access, please access the information available in Blackboard under their Library community group.
If any of the links are not authenticating, please contact Tamara Turner, Library Department Chair, immediately.
Access six databases that support social studies curriculum: American Government, American History, Issues, World at War, Ancient & Medieval Eras, and Modern Era.
Databases specifically designed for high school students. Search over 200,000 newspapers, magazines, journals, and reference books.
Blooms Literature, Issues & Controversies, Health Reference Center, Science Online, and World News Digest.
This web-based tool creates outlines, online notecards, papers, and perfectly formatted citations. You can log into this tool through TigerID.
Books & Authors (What do I read next?), Contemporary Authors, InfoTrac, BookFlix, TrueFlix, CyberSmarts, PA Photos, and many more.
Biography in Context, Student Resources in Context, Global Issues in Context
Includes maps, facts, recipes, interviews for 200+ countries as well as information on all U.S. states.
The award-winning Teen Health & Wellness provides middle and high school students with up-to-date, nonjudgmental, straightforward curricular, and self-help support. Articles are correlated to state, national, and provincial standards, including Common Core Health and Science. Topics covered include diseases, drugs, alcohol, nutrition, mental health, suicide, bullying, LGBTQ issues, and more.
Extensive encyclopedia articles, atlases, website links, dictionaries, videos, content-rich quizzes, and more.