Online Resource Subscriptions White Oak Library District Offers Residents
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AtoZ Food America
Explore regional cookbooks to explore ethnic culinary influences, fun collections of historic cookbooks, television commercials, and “how to” food preparation videos.
AtoZ Maps Online
There are over 100,000 maps in this world's most comprehensive collection of royalty-free downloadable maps. No other reference contains so many maps, map resources, videos, geography learning games, teacher resources, and more!
AtoZ the USA
Explore the country as a whole, or research a specific state or one of five US territories with in-depth information like state animals, historical timelines, and more.
AtoZ World Culture
Explore information about world history, cultures, languages, foods, religions, and much more! There are 174 Country Culture Guides that cover more than 60 topics each.
AtoZ World Food
Explore the food culture and traditional recipes for 174 countries with articles, recipes, and more.
Black Freedom Struggle in the U.S.
Historical newspaper articles, pamphlets, diaries, correspondence, and more from specific time periods in U.S. history marked by the opposition African Americans have faced on the road to freedom.
Explora for Educators
Provides a variety of topics found in over 200 peer-reviewed journals that are of interest to teachers.
Explora for Primary Schools
Formerly known as Primary Search
Designed specifically for students in grades K-5. Search results bring back age appropriate and relevant information from Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia, American Heritage Children's Dictionary, Middle Search Plus, Primary Search, and Topic Overviews K-5.
Explora for Middle School & High School
Designed specifically for students in grades 6-12. Search results bring back age appropriate and relevant information from Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia, History Reference Center, Middle Search Plus, Consumer Health Complete, Science Reference Center, Literary Reference Center, and Topic Overviews 6-12.
Frederick Douglass Newspapers
This online collection presents newspapers edited by Frederick Douglass (1818-1895), the African American abolitionist who escaped slavery and became one of the most famous orators, authors, and journalists of the 19th century.
Provides reading recommendations, book discussion guides, reviews, articles, lists, series, and author read alikes for fiction and non-fiction titles for adults and teens.
Novelist K-8 Plus
Provides Grab and Go Book Lists, recommended reads, award lists, and Lexile scores for fiction and non-fiction titles for children in grades K-8.
Explore teacher-created lesson plans and activity sheets for children in pre-K through eighth grade. The printable lesson plans offer activities for all major subjects, including math, science, STEM, reading, foreign languages and early learning.
Enjoy a large selection of English, Spanish and French eBooks and games for children and tweens.
All Online Resource Subscriptions White Oak Library District Offers Residents