The Boston Public Library provides access to a wide variety of Electronic Resources for research. In order to access these you will need to create a BPL E-Card (which is available to all Massachusetts residents.)
CLICK HERE to register for a BPL E-Card
CLICK HERE to access the list of Electronic Resources from the BPL (Listed alphabetically)
Links below to examples of useful resources from BPL (You will need to use your BPL ECard information to access)
- Gale Academic Onefile
- Gale Onefile for High School
- Gale Literature Criticism
- JSTOR - Access to a wide variety of academic journals
Many great Electronic Resources are also available through the Town Libraries
Info on signing up for a library card for the Manchester Library is HERE.
The Gale in Context Database - Is particularly useful for a lot of High School student research
CLICK HERE to see the Manchester by the Sea Library's curated list of databases separated by the age of the user.
CLICK HERE to access LinkedIn's selection of coding and digital education tutorials which are accessible to teens as well as adults.
How to get an Essex Library Card: https://essexpubliclibrary.org/services/library-cards/
TEEN PAGE Resources & Sites: https://essexpubliclibrary.org/teens/resources-sites/
MA LIBRARY DATABASES accessible via Essex Public Library: https://www.galepages.com/mlin_n_tohp
The Gale Literature Resource Center - Gale is an example of a great resource available through the Essex Library