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Charles F. Brush Library Databases

Research databases are available 24x7.

Contact the library staff for username/passwords for use outside of the school library.

Recommended Websites

Citing Sources



  • NoodleBib
    NoodleTools supports the research process with a platform of integrated tools for note-taking, outlining, citation, document archiving/annotation, and collaborative research and writing.
  • Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL)
    The OWL page provides resources on varying citation styles, as well as exercises to improve grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure. Navigate to "Most Popular Resources" on the page for the most direct route to useful resources.
  • Citing Sources
    Duke University's overview provides a comprehensive description of citing several different types of resources, as well assembling a list of works cited.

Locating Print Sources

Search for print sources in the Charles F. Brush Library using CAT, the online library catalog.  Click eBooks to include hundreds of titles owned by the Brush Library and available through INFOhio.

If you have a Greater Access Card, you can do research from the Cuyahoga County Public Library or the Cleveland Public Library at school or home.        



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