To access – 1. Go to www.brickschools.org 2. Under the “Schools” tab at top, Select “Brick Memorial High School” 3. On the Left side, under “Navigation,” select “Library” 4. For home use, you must obtain a user ID and password from your BMHS Librarian, Mrs. Ruegsegger
CAVENDISH SQUARE DIGITAL RESOURCES: Includes the following databases:
AMERICA IN THE 20TH CENTURY: A comprehensive study of 20th century America
DISEASES AND DISORDERS: General health care issues and more than 250 infectious diseases, mental disorders, and noninfectious diseases and disorders are detailed in this informative resource.
ECONOMIC LITERACY AND PERSONAL FINANCE: Helps students understand economic issues and prepares them for financial realities of today and tomorrow.
FACTS ABOUT DRUGS: Here young adults can find the basic facts and details of drugs and drug use.
FAMILY HEALTH: For quick access to key information on all aspects of family health care.
GODS, GODDESSES, AND MYTHOLOGY: Explores classical gods and goddesses as well as myths.
MAN, MYTH, AND MAGIC: Features creatures, symbols, from mythology, religions, and cultures. Includes Achilles, Bermuda triangle, werewolf, and more.
TECHNOLOGY AND APPLIED SCIENCES: Focuses on technology and applied sciences in support of the science classroom curriculum.
EBSCOhost: Includes content from magazines, newspapers, academic journals, transcripts, and primary documents. Now includes: Points of View, Legal Information and forms, Novelist for searching outside reading books, and a Military and Government Collection. *TIP: When searching always include the following: Academic Search Premier and MasterFile Elite.
FACTS ON FILE ON-LINE: Reference databases on careers & education, general reference, geography & culture, history, literature & language arts, medicine & health, science & mathematics.
GALE DIGITAL RESOURCES: Includes the following databases:
BIOGRAPHY IN CONTEXT: A comprehensive collection of biographies on famous and popular people.
CUSTOM NEWSPAPERS: This newspaper collection is provided by the New Jersey State Library and includes: New Jersey newspapers, the New York Times and many national and international newspapers.
GALE VIRTUAL REFERENCE LIBRARY: A database collection of reference ebooks including novels for students, encyclopedias, almanacs, and specialized referenced sources.
RESEARCH IN CONTEXT: Use this comprehensive database to retrieve in-depth reference content for the core curriculum areas of literature, history, biographies, science, and social studies. Features: Cultures, Geography, Government, Literature, People, Social Issues, U.S. History, World History.
TESTING & EDUCATION REFERENCE CENTER WITH CAREER MODULE: A resource where you can learn about schools after high school (Undergraduate, Graduate, Vocational, etc.) and about many careers. You can also do practice tests for PSAT, SAT, SSAT, GRE ,ASVAB and many more tests. Students create own login and have access to free ebooks and practice tests. A database every student should visit.
POP CULTURE UNIVERSE: A reference collection organized by Time periods from 1900s-present including the icons, idols, and ideas of American and world popular culture, past and present.
SALEM PRESS RESOURCES: A collection of reference ebooks including literature sources, critical analysis, history (includes Renaissance resource, and the Value of a Dollar ebook ) , science, and careers.