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Women's Issues & Identities: Gale Primary Sources

From Gale, access primary sources that trace the path of women's issues from past to present.  Discover manuscripts, newspapers, periodicals and more that demonstrate the foundation of women's struggles and triumphs.  With over one million never-before-digitized pages, you can take a deep dive into pioneers of women's movements and the social, political, and professional achievements of women throughout the 19th and 20th centuries.

World Book Advanced

World Book Advanced, designed to support personalized learning, is an excellent resource for high school and college students as well as life-long learners.  In addition to trusted encyclopedia articles from World Book, you can also find over 600 global newspapers and government websites from around the world.  For educators, you can also access primary sources with advanced lesson plans and assessments for the classroom.

World Book Kids

World Book Kids is the premier online resource developed especially for young users. The site has been optimized for tablets and features image-based navigation, easy-to-read articles, thousands of images and videos as well as a wealth of engaging games, science projects, and activities.

World Book Student

Features a layout full of images and easy navigation tools.  Explore the World Book Encyclopedia’s thousands of articles and multimedia. Features interactive maps, daily current events, assessment tools for educators and a detailed biography center. Create an account to save your research to convenient folders.

World Fantasy Awards

The World Fantasy Awards are a set of awards given each year for the best fantasy fiction published during the previous calendar year. Organized and overseen by the World Fantasy Convention, the awardsare given each year at the eponymous annual convention as the central focus of the event.

Your STL Courts

YourSTLCourts is the St. Louis region’s only free, web and mobile tool that puts your rights and your case records right at your fingertips. Use your phone or computer to access your court date and location, payment and community service options, and legal rights. Then, sign up to receive reminders of your court date via text message, by texting “ticket” to (314) 254-8050. Standard SMS rates apply.


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