Online Resources
This page provides links to some of the online educational resources that we use at Campbell County Schools. Some links may require you to login in order to access resources. You can obtain login information from your media specialist.

A resource used to deliver full-text and multimedia reference essentials. Students find the answers they need from more than 2,500 full-text magazines, newspapers, books, and transcripts--plus thousands of maps, pictures, educator-approved websites, and top-quality multimedia (audio/video) files. Users can sort their results by relevance, date, file size, Lexile or reading level, publication, and source, while librarians and educators can find content that's directly linked to state and national teaching standards. This site requires a username and password, check with your school media specialist.

A site used to encourage your students to communicate by blogging in your classroom. This site requires a username and password. This site requires a username and password, check with your teacher.

Encyclopedia Britannica Online http://www.britannica.com/
This is an online encyclopedia.

This website is a collection of databases that provide free 24/7 access to resources such as newspapers, magazine and journal articles, and books such as encyclopedias. Materials are available for all age ranges and interests. In order to log in, you will need a public library card.

Free fun games that help develop early reading skills identified as important language arts building blocks in state curriculum standards. This website is associated with the Earobics software that provides teachers with research-based strategies for teaching the critical skill areas of reading.

The Library of Virginia is dedicated to providing relevant and useful educational material on Virginia's history, culture, and people to the commonwealth’s educators, students, and lifelong learners of any age. The educational outreach programs help cultivate public understanding of the history of the Library, including their mission, collections, programs, and services through events and workshops, web-based content, and tours.

This website offers many map resources for integration into the curriculum. A username and password is required the first time you log in. This site requires a username and password, check with your school media specialist.

This is an educational search engine for grades K-12 giving students and teachers a search environment that is trustworthy. netTrekker is aligned to state standards, is organized by readability levels, and has a read-aloud feature. A username and password are required when using this site at home.

This website contains a library of copyright-free images for use by teachers and students.

Discoverer is database designed with the young researcher in mind. This interactive tool strengthens research, reading, writing and computer skills. Articles and graphics from more than 1,600 U.S. and international magazines, newspapers and U.S. government documents are carefully selected for their educational content, interest and level of readability. It includes middle and elementary curriculum topics.
Knowledge Source is an online interface that provides integrated access to thousands of full-text articles, documents, Internet resources and graphics from SIRS highly-acclaimed reference databases. This site requires a username and password, check with your school media specialist.

A free class organizer that has a calendar, notes, task list, and reminder system -- a way for students (or anyone) to keep up with their homework and never miss another assignment. Web 2.0 tool

Verizon Thinkfinity offers comprehensive teaching and learning resources created by our content partners – the most respected organizations in each academic subject and literacy. The easy-to-navigate K-12 resources are grade-specific and are aligned with state standards.

Free resource that allows students to track their classes and assignments, and even will send reminders (email or SMS) for upcoming assignment due dates and test dates. There is also a note taking utility so students can take notes on it if they have a computer in school, or transcribe notes later. You can even attach files to each class and assignment to keep things organized. It is a great way for students to stay organized. There is also a version for mobile phones and the iPhone, so students can stay organized no matter where they are. Web 2.0 tool

Visual Merriam-Webster http://visual.merriam-webster.com/
This is a visual online dictionary providing copyright-free images matching dictionary definitions.

This is an online encyclopedia. This site requires a username and password, check with your school media specialist.



NOTE: Campbell County Public Schools is not responsible for the content of any third party websites linked to from this website. Links appearing on this website are for convenience only and are not an endorsement of the referenced content, product, service, or supplier.