• Citation Tools:
    Bibcitation - This one is my favorite!  It's easy to use, ad-free, and saves your citations in an alphabetical list that you can copy and paste into a Google Doc.
    Mybib - Another great one that saves your list in alphabetical order and allows you to export it to a Doc.
    NoodleTools Express is a free citation generator that does not contain ads or require you to create an account.  You do need to copy and paste each citation as you go, as it does not save them in a list.
    ZoteroBib another ad-free citation generator.  This one is great because it keeps your citations in an alphabetical list for you.

    Research Databases:
    Use the links below to access great research information from trusted subscription resources!

    Please see a library staff member or visit your grade-level Google Classroom page to get the login information for at-home access.

    Discus - Search over 30 quality databases, provided to all SC residents from the SC State Library

    Library Catalog  
    Library Catalog - Search the DFMS Library Catalog for books, eBooks and trusted Web links 

    CIS Career Library - Find information on a wide variety of careers, colleges and universities

     BrainPop - Animated movies, quizzes, activity pages and school homework help

      ancestry classroom
    Ancestry Classroom - Funded through a grant, AncestryK12 offers free access for one year to all the original and primary documents of Ancestry's U.S. Collection, Fold3 and Newspapers.com (see below) for use in the classroom.
    **Will only authenticate on D5 property.**

    Fold3 - Provides convenient access to US military records, including the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served.
    **Will only authenticate on D5 property.**

    Newspapers.com - The online home of 80+ million pages of historical newspapers. Access over 3,700 newspapers from the 1700s–2000s from around the United States and more.  **Will only authenticate on D5 property.**