Encyclopedia of World Biographies
Medical information from the perspective of what a patient would want to know. Health topics, drugs & supplements, treatments, lab test information, etc. Includes encyclopedia articles, videos, and pictures. Created by the National Institute of Health US National Library of Medicine. A primary source.
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Artcyclopedia is a form of Internet search engine for art. The main mode of searching within the site, and the main way that web surfers find their way to us, is a search on an artist's name. You can also search by medium, subject and nationality. 9,000 artists listed, 2,900 art sites indexed and 160,000 links.
As the Internet's premier collection of online encyclopedias, Encyclopedia.com provides you reference entries from credible, published sources like Oxford University Press and Columbia Encyclopedia.
At Encyclopedia.com, you get free access to nearly 200,000 reference entries from sources you can cite. Plus, more than 50,000 topic summaries feature related pictures, videos, topic summaries, and newspaper and magazine articles from around the world. Encyclopedia.com also provides innovative tools that allow you to rate and sort the reference content you find to be the most useful.
Other Web sites that allow anyone to rewrite reference entries can be fun. But when you need credible information from reliable sources you can cite, Encyclopedia.com (www.encyclopedia.com) is the place to go.
Britannica High School
Provides updated information with articles, biographies, world atlas, pictures and videos. Information can be translated into several languages. Provides information on citations for each resource. If you are planning on using this resource from home, please contact the Media Specialist in the Media Center for the username and password.