Science in Context is an online resource accessible through the Boca Raton Public Library‟s Homepage. It contains media-rich resources that provide homework help, promote lifelong learning, and enhance information literacy in all areas of science, including physics, chemistry, astronomy, biology, and mathematics. Also included are resources in science history, biography, and space technology.
This database includes the full-text contents from more than 150 sets of science reference books, as well as more than 1.5 million science-related articles from newspapers, magazines, and scientific journals. There are 16,000 images and videos and more than 170 detailed science experiments.
Science in Context will be one of the featured resources in a workshop for students, Databases to Help Make Homework Easy. This class will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 5, in the Meeting Room of the Spanish River Library, 1501 NW Spanish River Blvd. Other research topics will include biography, history, literature, and current events. For more information visit the Boca Raton Public Library Reference Desk, or call (561) 393-7906. No registration is required.
(Courtesy City of Boca Raton Newsletter).
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