eLibrary®—the user-friendly general reference tool—delivers one of the largest general reference collections of periodical and digital media content designed to support every range of users, including middle and high school students, college-prep and college-level researchers, and professional educators. Educators can even search for resources that correlate to state and national standards, including Common Core State Standards.
Every magazine, journal, newspaper, book, and transcript is provided in 100 percent full-text—saving valuable search time and reducing the frustration of abstract-only results. Plus, the variety of multimedia content supplements and enhances text-only information.
Researchers will find quality information from eight different media types:
- Magazines—Provide more than 1,600 full-text titles from general interest to scholarly publications. Popular titles include Fortune, National Geographic, Newsweek, Time, and the Economist.
- Newspapers—Track trends and follow current events with more than 300 full-text titles-- national and international titles including the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, USA TODAY, the Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post.
- Books—Place information and topics in context using nearly 400 full-text (and image- rich) reference books such as The World Almanac; The American Heritage Dictionary, 4th ed.; Hutchinson dictionaries and encyclopedias of science, history, arts, and culture; the DK Eyewitness series, and the Britannica Spanish Encyclopedia.
- Maps—Find over 7,000 topological, historical, thematic, and interactive maps from sources like National Geographic Map division and Maps.com.
- Pictures—Explore more than 7 million photos and images—both current and historical—of art and architecture, animals and plants, people and places, and more.
- TV & Radio Transcripts—Get the final word on broadcast programs with over 1.3 million transcripts from popular TV and radio programs like CBS Evening News, CNN, National Public Radio, and Fox News.
- Audio/Video—Use more than 20,000 streaming audio and video files to bring events and processes to life. Clips include historical footage, current news programs, animations of how things work, and more.
- Weblinks—Search the web more effectively using more than 115,000 editor-screened and selected websites indexed by topics appropriate to K-12 study.
ProQuest's eLibrary used to include several regional subsets e.g. eLibrary Canada, eLibrary Australia. As of 2017, the regional subsets will no longer be available, and previous subscribers will be automatically upgraded to the complete eLibrary product.
eLibrary migrated to a ProQuest platform in December 2017. For information about the new interface, please see the vendor's web page linked below.