EBSCO Database

To access the wealth of electronic resources offered by EBSCO, click this link :



From home you need to enter the SMHS user name and password – these are located on the library’s moodle page.

The EBSCO suite of Databases includes:

  • Literary Reference Center – Broad spectrum of information on thousands of authors and their works across literary disciplines and timeframes. Includes author biographies, plot summaries, work overviews, literary criticisms, and more
  • Student Research Center – Good place to start basic research by keyword or topic
  • ERIC – Educational literature and resources
  • Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia – Over 25,000 encyclopedia entries
  • History Reference Center – Full-text reference books, history periodicals, primary source documents, biographies, and maps
  • Nonfiction Book Collection – Over 4000 books on careers, health, sports, technology, and life skills
  • Topic Search – Articles, newspapers, public opinion polls, and pamphlets
  • Professional Development Collection – Full-text education journals
  • Newspaper Source – U.S. and international newspapers
  • Master File Premier – General interest periodicals back to 1975
  • General Science Collection – Popular science publications
  • Health Source for Consumers – Health topics such as medical science, food & nutrition, childcare, sports med, etc.
  • MAS Ultra – Designed for high school libraries – contains full-text magazines, reference books, biographies, primary source documents, and maps
  • Vocational and Career Collection – Trade and industry related resources
  • Academic Search Complete – A comprehensive, scholarly database with peer-reviewed multi-disciplinary journals
  • Science Reference Center – Variety of science reference sources
  • Biography Collection Complete