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Academic Search Premier

College-level database with thousands of scholarly publications across all academic disciplines designed for advanced research. 

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Basic information on states, countries and cultures. Use with your St. Paul Public LibraryGo Barcode: 22091600 + student ID. 

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Encyclopedia Britannica

Encyclopedia articles on a variety of topics with multimedia resources. 

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Gale In Context: High School 

News content including full-text newspapers and periodicals, reference works, biographies, essays, and video for secondary students. 

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ebooks & audiobooks on a variety of nonfiction topics. includes eBooks MN collection. Login using your AD credentials

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This database provides full text for magazines, reference books, and primary source documents.

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Points of View Reference Center

Pro and con essays that present multiple sides of current or controversial issues with supporting magazine and newspaper articles, primary sources, and more. 

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Transparent Language Online

Learn a language. English language learning is available.
Use with your St. Paul Public LibraryGo Barcode: 22091600 + student ID. Create an account to keep track of your progress.

Go mobile with the free app for Android and iOS devices.

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Resources by Subject

See more resources, including newspapers, images, learning tools and more.

Funding for these resources come from multiple sources: SPPS, ELM (Electronic Library for Minnesota), or through the Library Go partnership with the St. Paul Public Library



SPPS has created a research process to walk students and staff through research. This process ensures that research is being completed thoroughly and guides writers to credible sources, focuses research, and creates a research project that is high quality. 

We use LIBGUIDES to walk students through the research process. 
2. Click on the research image: 
3. The tabs at the top will walk you through the process. Each tab offers apps, information, and resources to help you complete your research. 
4. If you have a particular project you are working on, check the CASS group for your project-specific libguide. (ie: CASS History Day)