World Language Resources

A world of possibilities...

Although we do not subscribe directly to specific World Language databases at the moment, there are many great resources available free online, via our general database collection, and through the Bethel Public Library that can be helpful when working on projects for Spanish & French courses. Please visit our Database Password doc if you need a password to access one of our subscription resources from home.
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Visit the CIA World Factbook for information on countries throughout the world including history, culture, government, economy, and military issues. A fantastic free online resource, this is a reputable resource when looking for information about a particular nation.
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Grolier Online is a great resource for getting background information on a variety of topics. Containing encyclopedia articles from three different levels, this is a resource appropriate for all users.
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Made available by the State of CT, iConn.org is "CT's Re-Search Engine" and contains a wide variety of resources for students K-12 and beyond. This link guides students directly to databases appropriate for high school research.
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Spanish & French Newspapers

Bethel Public Library Resources

The resources listed below require a Bethel Public Library card to access. Please visit the Bethel Public Library website for more information.
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Access the Encylopedia Britannica Online Library Edition with your Bethel Public Library card.
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Mango is a language learning program teaching practical conversation and cultural awareness for the world’s most popular languages. Access Mango Languages online with your Bethel Public Library card.
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World Data Analyst offers quick and easy comparisons of countries of the world, including country snapshots, country comparisons, and ranked statistics. Access World Data Analyst online with your Bethel Public Library card.
BHS Databases

These and many more fabulous database resources are available via the BHS Library Media Center's Databases webpage. Take a look!