Kimberton Waldorf School provides access to several online databases to help students with their research.
Gale Primary Sources Explore these trial sources on American history. They will give you access to newspapers, books, speeches, and more that were written at key points in history ranging from 1775-1950. The trial ends March 15. Password is spring.
Gale Student Resources in Context: Explore topics ranging from science to literature to history using reference books, periodicals, and newspapers, as well as primary sources.
Gale U.S. History in Context: Research a topic in U.S. history using secondary and primary resources.
Gale World History in Context: Research a topic in world history using secondary and primary resources.
Power Library - A service through the state of Pennsylvania. It provides access to many databases, as well as, to the collections of libraries throughout the state for interlibrary loan.
Library of Congress Resources: The Library of Congress provides many digital resources on a variety of topics including American History and Religion.
Online Waldorf Library: This website provides information on recently published books concerning Waldorf education. It also has free access to articles from North American and international Waldorf education journals.
sparticl: Put together by Twin Cities Public Television and sponsored by 3M, this website connects students to articles, videos, and experiments that cover many topics in science.