What is Iowa AEA Online? 
Iowa AEA Online is a virtual library that provides no-cost access to 12 high-quality, web-based resources for accredited public and non-public PreK-12 schools.
(read more about these resources)

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on the green AEA icon to access the following sites. The Gale site has a separate link as it offers over 30 web sites to choose from.

The HELP sections of the Iowa AEA Online resources provide excellent guides to help you get started using the products. As you become familiar with each product, the HELP sections can assist you in becoming an "expert" researcher! Click USER GUIDES to connect.

Username:   0414audh
Password:    ask teacher or librarian


Iowa AEA Online  Educational Resources Funded and Provided by Area Education Agencies

Accuweather (Local and international weather)
AP Images  (Over  million primary-source photographs from 1800s to present.)
Britannica School Edition  (Collection of reference and learning materials)
CultureGrams   (Daily life and culture of the world's people)
Gale - Cengage Learning (magazines, newspapers, reference materials, multimedia)
          Academic OneFile (Researached from world's leading journals and reference sources)
          Agriculture Collection (Broad coverage of agriculture of nearly 200 titles)
          Business Economics and Theory (Topics in economics from academic journals and
           magazines)
          Communications and Mass Media Collection (Information from 100 journals on  
           communication field.)
          Criminal Justice Collection (Access to 150 journals)
          Culinary Arts Collection (Recipes, restaurant reviews, and industry information from 150
           magazines)
          Diversity Studies Collection (Explores cultural differences, contributions and influences in our                                                                            global community from more than 150 journals)
          Educator's Reference Complete (Focuses on educational principles, child development and  
           psychology, and best practices in education from more than 450 academic journals)
          Environmental Studies and Policy Collection (Covers environmental issues and policies)
          Fine Arts and Music Collection (Supports research from 100 full-text magazines and journals)
          Gardening, Landscape and Horticulture Collection (Collection of 50 journals)
          Gender Studies Collection
          General Business File ASAP (Industry trends, economics, politics, broker research reports)
          General OneFile (Topics including business, computers, current events, economics, education, 
           environmental issues, health care, hobbies, humanities, law, literature and art, politics, science,
           social science, sports, technology, and general interest topics)
          General Science Collection (Over 100 journals to keep you current on scientific developments)
          Health Reference Center Academic (Nursing and health journals)
          Home Improvement Collection (Nearly 100 home improvement projects)
          Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Collection (From over 500 journals)
          Information Science and Library Issues Collection (From more than 100 journals)
          Info Trac Newsstand (Articles from more than 1,000 newspapers)
          Insurance and Liability Collection 
          Junior Edition (Designed for students in junior high and middle school)
          Military and Intelligence Database (Content from over 400 journals)
          Nursing and Allied Health Collection (Including nearly 400 titles on nursing profession)
          Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Collection (Includes over 100 titles)
          Pop Culture Collection (From more than 100 periodicals)
          Psychology Collection (Access to 200 magazines on what make people "tick."
          Religion and Philosophy Collection
          Small Business Collection 
          Student Edition (Designed for high school students to search over 1100 titles)
          U.S. History Collection (Journals for novice reader as well as advanced researcher)
          Vocations and Careers Collection (Content from nearly 400 journals)
          War and Terrorism Collection (Magazine collection)
          World History Collection (Journals for novice reader as well as advanced researcher)
iCLIPART For Schools (World's largest royal-free clipart site with over 7.8 million images)
LEARN360 (Access to over 73,000 media resources for K-12)
SIRS Researcher

soundzabound  (Licensed audio that can be used without copyright infringement)                                
Teen Health & Wellness (7-12) (Non-judgmental, straightforward, and self-help  support topics       such as diseases, drugs, alcohol, nutrition, mental health, suicide, bullying, green living, online safety, financial literacy, and more.)                                                   



The following resources are accessible through EBSCOHost.
         
History Reference Center (6-12) Anything related to World History and U.S. History
Literary Reference Center (6-12) Information on thousands of authors and their works. Browse by author or their work.
NoveList Plus Search fiction and nonfiction books; books by theme; read-alikes to match each title, author, and series
NoveList K-8 Plus Search fiction and nonfiction books; books by theme; read-alikes to match each title, author, and series
Science Reference Center (6-12) (Find anything about science)
Points of View Reference Center (9-12) (Designed to assist researchers in understanding the full scope of controversial subjects. High school students can use Points of View as a guide to debate, developing arguments, writing position papers, and for development of critical thinking skills. Each Points of View Essay includes a series of questions and additional material to generate further thought. Also included are thousands of supporting articles from the world’s top political and societal publications.
Student Research Center (6-12)  (Makes it easy for students to search by keyword or by topic to find the most useful search results. Results can be easily sorted by source type—magazines, reference books, photos, flags, etc.)


         
                                                  

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