Online Media Resources
|Bancroft-Rosalie Library Catalog
|Digital E-Library available through ESU
|Axis 360 - Digital Library
|Bancroft Public E-Library
|Nebraska OverDrive Library
While this is only a partial list of the wide resources available on the Internet, these are a few of the more common ones available to our students. The Internet changes daily and this list is continually changing. Please report any unusable links to Mrs. Nolting so that it can be corrected or removed.
|Gale Cengage Learning
|Request username from Mrs Nolting or Mrs. Ross
|World Book has primary source documents and e-books fully integrated with encyclopedia content plus timelines, citation builder, and saved research.
Request username from Mrs. Nolting or Mrs. Ross
|NebraskAccess offers free 24/7 access to websites selected by librarians, full-text government publications and Nebraska historical resources. Nebraska residents are also provided with free online access to thousands of full-text magazine, journal, and newspaper articles, biographical and business information, genealogical resources, and more.
|U.S. Census Bureau
|U.S. Census Bureau provides statistics arranged topically (Education, Business, Agriculture, etc.).
|The World Fact Book
|The World Fact Book, sponsored by the cia.gov provides statistics, reports, maps, history, and other information pertaining to hundreds of countries.
|Library of Congress
|The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world. It provides millions of books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts to benefit the American people.
|Account provided by Nebraska Access
Discovery Education provides students with online anytime access to a collection of more than 71,000 video segments and 9,000 full-length educational videos from the Discovery Channel.
Usernames follow this pattern: firstlast_brsd
Contact Mrs. Nolting to reset your password.
|PBS Learning Media
|Nebraska's Public Broadcasting Service offers free classroom-ready resources for all ages.
|Free website that offers resources and supplements to curriculum.
|Site design from Merriam-Webster and is appropriate for upper elementary through high school students.
|WSC card catalog
Available to dual credit students.
|Available to dual credit students.