See links to individual Ebsco databases below.
Intro to SIRS interactive short video
Literature, History, Careers & Business
Novels for Students
Literature and Its Times
Shakespeare for Students
Renaissance and Reformation
Gilded Age and Progressive Era
Movements & eras,Full length films & clips
same user name and password as Bloom's
Access all e-books through the library catalog with same user name and password!
American History, World History, and more
FREE TRIAL passwords available in library
same user name & password as EBSCO HOST
Ebsco History e-books FREE TRIAL passwords available in library
DELANEY e-books for English Language Learners
Several reading levels, and a Spanish language encyclopedia.
Research Databases - pick up a passwords bookmark in the library
to access ERIC, Health, Topic Search, Professional, Newspaper, and more
Advanced, Student, Kids, Espanol and Discovery encyclopedias
Literature, History, and Careers/Business
*Need help? watch the database tutorials below,
or ask a librarian!
including Gale Literature Center and more. Look up your novel or author in the Gale Literary Index first.
*Need help? Call the Grace Mellman Library Reference desk at 951-296-3893.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR DATABASES
MLA citations from databases
From EBSCO databases (EBSCO, Literary Reference, and History Reference):
Link to full-text article (not abstract), hit PRINT.
Choose "Citation Format", then use drop down menu and select MLA
Hit PRINT again -- but don't actually print
The MLA formatted citation will be near the top of the page under Works Cited; cut and paste
From SIRS: from full-text article, click on Citation link in "Go To" box (right side of page)
From World Book: From full-text article, click on Citation Information link on left side
From Bloom's: cut and paste Citation Information and re-format (see article above)
Introductory presentation from Mrs. Wren; watch the tutorials for individual databases,
or check for Help features embedded in the actual databases.