Welcome to the Chicago Public Schools Integrated Library System. Bringing together print and electronic materials for students, teachers and families who are seeking online access to resources.
The following databases are provided by Chicago Public Schools for all students, teachers and administrators in the district. These databases "which can be used both at school and at home" are accessed with a special password login. Click here to access the eBook and database password document using your CPS credentials. (en Español). Charter Schools - Request a copy.
A fully integrated database for high school containing thousands of curriculum-targeted primary documents, biographies, essays, critical analyses, full-text coverage of over 1,000 magazines, newspapers, photographs, illustrations, and audio.
Access continuously updated reference content with full-text magazines, academic journals, news articles, primary source documents, images, videos, audio files and links to vetted websites for middle school organized in a user friendly website.
For K-5 students. Features a visually graphic interface, a topic tree search and age-appropriate, curriculum-related magazine, newspaper and reference content.
In addition to millions of articles on as many topics, this online encyclopedia includes Internet links, journal and magazine articles, teacher resources, timelines, dictionary and atlas resources. Select the appropriate grade level.
Provides original, in-studio movies of authors and illustrators and a wealth of multimedia resources on K-12 books that generate enthusiasm for books and reading.
Professional and educational magazine and journal articles. Includes ERIC , WorldCat , Article-First , and others.
Provides subscriber access to over 30 databases for children and adults, including JuniorQuest Magazines; ProQuest Newspapers; SIRS Discoverer; Spanish-language databases; and WorldBook.
Reference and reading materials specially created in support of the CPS curriculum for teachers and students.
Free online resource for American history. Digital collection includes more than 8 million primary source materials, including historic maps, documents, audio and video.
The PBS Learning Media site will help you navigate your students through the various resources developed by PBS & WGBH Educational Foundation. Teachers can create their own learning pathways, complete with quizzes and storyboards.