To access the EBSCOhost research sites, go to the parent homepage in Encom, choose “Curriculum Resources” from the menu bar along the top and scroll down to find EBSCOhost under “Require a Shared Login”. The username and password will be there, too, for you to enter when needed. Alternatively, you can go to the links below:
EBSCO Explora (High School Research site):
EBSCO Explora (Primary and Middle School Research site):
To access the old Ebscohost site:
Log in with the username and password from the username/password document which you received from your support teacher.
Accessing Canadian content for all subjects is now a simple process through EBSCO. This is a premium online information resource specializing in Canadian content. EBSCO includes the following resources:
- Academic Search Premier
- Canadian Reference Centre (Canadian research projects)
- Middle Search Plus (grades 5-8)
- Primary Search
- Professional Development Collection
- Canadian Points of View Reference Centre (fantastic resource for debates or controversial/argumentative essays)
- Consumer Health Complete (medicine/health)
- MasterFile Premier
- Business Source Premier
- NoveList Plus
EBSCOhost: NoveList Plus
Let NoveList find the perfect book for you! Type in your favourite author, keyword, or book title, and the NoveList database will search its rich collection of titles, BookTalks, Recommended Reads and more. NoveList will even search by genre, popularity ratings, and readability level (Lexile* scores). Have you just finished a good book, and wanted to read more of the same genre? NoveList will recommend similar books to read. If you are looking for discussion questions, let BookTalks generate insightful questions for you. This is the perfect way to get your novel study or book club discussion started.
* Lexile scores are the age appropriate reading levels.
For more help building a research project and bibliography, contact Pippa Davies email@example.com.
Video tutorials may be found on this help page. The Basic search tutorial is for all students grades 6-12, Kids’ Search, Student Research Centre for grades 3-6, and High school students can access Research Starters and Citing Articles.
Cost: free to enrolled students