If you are looking for information about the sciences, including biology, chemistry, environmental science, earth and space science, health and medicine, science history, physics, society and science, life science, technology and wildlife, scientists, or science as history, head right on over to the Science Reference Center!
This database contains full-text encyclopedias, periodicals, essays, animations, biographies, photographs, and some videos. It is designed specifically for students and has a wealth of information. It corresponds to the national and state curriculum standards.
For more information, visit EBSCO’s website.
You can access the Science Reference Center by clicking on “all databases” on the library homepage. Click on “sciences” or the letter “s”. You can also click here.