• Utah's Online Library

      Utah’s Online Library, formally known as Pioneer Library, provides access to newspaper articles, magazines, professional journals, encyclopedia, videos, photographs, maps, charts and graphics.

      Some advantages of Utah's Online Library include:
         • Access to a collection of rich content resources that grow daily.
         • Convenient to use at home, the public library or school.
         • No cost access twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
         • Credible and pertinent resources.
         • No worries about accessing inappropriate or unreliable web sites.
         • Print, email and copy content such as, articles, pictures and maps.
         • All information and images licensed for use in educational projects.

       
      http://onlinelibrary.uen.org
       
       
       
    • Utah's Online Library -- At Home Access  
      In order to use Utah's Online Library resources at home, you will need the following information:
       
      LOGIN: online
      PASSWORD: See Note Below
       
      Note: The actual password cannot be posted on the web.  Here's a hint, it's an eight letter word, beginning with data****. Another hint: In baseball, after the batter hits the ball, he runs to first ****.  See Mrs. Kohler or click on the blue link above and scroll to bottom of the screen to see the password, under student home access.  
       
      • EBSCO Screencast -- Search Features in EBSCO

        EBSCO is a collection of different databases and just one of the great features of Utah Online Library.  A database is a trusted place to find reliable sources for research assignments.  This screencast walks you through some of the search options inside of EBSCO.  Knowing how best to search will make finding the best resources much easier.

         
         
      • EBSCO Screencast -- Creating an EBSCOhost Account to Save Articles

        EBSCO is a collection of different databases and just one of the great features of Utah Online Library.  A database is a trusted place to find reliable sources for research assignments.  This screencast walks you through signing up for an EBSCO account and how to save articles.  By signing up for an account and saving articles to your folders, your research is always organized and can be accessed over the web from any computer -- at home or at school.

         
         
      • EBSCO -- How to Use My EBSCOhost Folders

        When you have a personal My EBSCOhost account, you have your own personal area (folder) to collect and store information across sessions. All the items you save to your personal folder remain in your folder until you remove them. Only you can access your My EBSCOhost folder. 
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Last Modified on October 23, 2020