Anoka Hennepin offers many databases (encyclopedia, magazines, newspapers). Some are general collections (student Resources in Context) and others are topic specific (Consumer Health). The District pays access subscriptions for some and the others are provided through ELM (Electronic Library for Minnesota). If using in school no login or password is required. Remote access requires a login and password. The Library has business cards with the login and password.
Full-text magazine and reference book articles covering a wide-range of subjects including history, science, careers, biographies. Primary source documents. Includes Columbia Encyclopedia and CIA World Fact Book. Image collection containing photos, maps and flags, and expanded full-text backflies (back to 1975) for key magazines.
Full text magazines, newspaper articles, and ebooks
Research database on leading issues, natural disasters, terriorism, today's news, map of the world, World Almanac.
The state of Minnesota provides many databases free of charge to all Minnesota residents. No passwords are needed but users need to be within Minnesota's borders. There is a wide range of material available from encyclopedias, newspapers, magazine/journal articles, and MN specific. Click the link below and start researching.
Hennepin County Library provides access to an incredible selection of databases. A few of the titles are the same as ELM, Anoka Hennepin, and Anoka County but many are unique and purchased by the county. A Hennepin County Library Card is needed to access. After selecting a database you will be asked to enter your Hennepin County Library barcode number. Click the link below to access the databases.
Designed for students grades 6-12. Magazine and newspaper articles, reference books, facts for class projects.
Essays on multiple sides of current issues.