The California State Library's K12 Online Content Project provides statewide access to online subscription databases and encyclopedias for all K12 students in California.
The PDF provides of an overview of subscriptions provided.
CSUN is currently working on adding the Gale & Britannica resources to our library databases for our College of Education students to use in their lesson planning and student teaching. TeachingBooks is already added and ready for use. ProQuest options may be access through the public libraries (see instructions below from some of our local libraries).
From the CA State Library site:
"Read the article “Online educational resources for deep literacy and learning are available for all California students and educators,” published in the September 2020 issue of California English."
"The journal of the California Council for the Social Studies, The Social Studies Review, included an article about this project and how the online resources can be used for history and social studies. Read the article “Beyond Textbooks: Utilizing the California K-12 Online Content project for robust research and learning,” published in January 2020."
Or ask the teacher librarian or our librarians for help!
The LAUSD Digital Library is a robust collection of subscription sources available for student research and teacher lesson planning. Many of these resources are best used in collaboration with your school's teacher librarian. There are also trainings available through the LAUSD ILTSS and PLS divisions. NOTE: To access the LAUSD Digital Library databases you must be on the LAUSD network or have an LAUSD login.
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