JSTOR – JSTOR provides access to a trusted archive of important scholarly journals. Content in JSTOR spans many disciplines. You log in to JSTOR with your personal username and password. Ask the librarian for more information.
Nationalencyklopedin - ne.se is an online encyclopedia with language dictionaries, educational movies and themed packages that follow the Swedish curriculum. You can access ne.se on the school computers. You can also create a personal login if you want to use the encyclopedia outside school. Ne.se is in Swedish.
World Book Encyclopedia Online – World Book is an online encyclopedia with research tips, e-books, English dictionary and a citation builder. You log in to World Book Online with a username and password. Ask the librarian for more information.
Mediearkivet - Mediearkivet is a Swedish database with articles from Swedish most important newspapers and magazines. To access Mediearkivet you log in to SchoolSoft and follow the link under Files and Links.
Landguiden – Facts about countries in Swedish. You can access Landguiden from the computers in the school.
Stockholmskällan – Facts about countries in Swedish.
BBC History – BBC’s history database.
BBC Religion – BBC’s religion database.
History World – History database with timelines.
Doaj – Full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals, covering all subjects and many languages.
Google Scholar – Search for scholarly material across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites.
DiVA – DiVA portal is a finding tool and an institutional repository for research publications and student theses written at 29 universities and colleges of higher education in Sweden.
forskning.se – Forskning.se is a nationwide website that provides information on research and research findings in Sweden.
SwePub – Academic publications at Swedish universities. Search among scholarly articles, conference papers and dissertations.
Open Yale Courses – Free and open access to a selection of introductory courses taught by distinguished teachers and scholars at Yale University.
University of Oxford Podcasts – Over 3000 free audio and video lectures, seminars and teaching resources from Oxford University.
YouTube EDU – Educational videos.
MLA Style Center - The MLA Style Center helps you with referencing. It has a FAQ section, provides sample papers in MLA style and guidelines on formatting research papers in MLA style.
IEGS library catalogue – Search in the school library catalogue.
Stockholms stadsbibliotek – Stockholm public library.
LIBRIS – Swedish university and science libraries.
Regina – National Library of Sweden.
Google translate – Translate text, web pages and words from more than 50 languages.
Lexin – Translation to 15 minority languages.