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Supporting students' quest for learning

The James P. Kubacki Library at Eastside Catholic prepares students to succeed in their academic pursuits and promotes reading as recreation.

Rich in resources for every interest and topic

The library offers more than 12,000 volumes in the collection including reference, non-fiction, fiction and e-books. We subscribe to more than a dozen newspapers and popular magazines, and several electronic databases. The library serves as a computer center on campus with desktop and laptop computers for individual use and classroom instruction. 

Eastside Catholic students and their family members have access to the library catalog, NoodleTools, electronic databases and e-books through PlusPortals. To access these resources, log into PlusPortals, click on groups on the top right of the page and select library from the pulldown menu.

The complete list of subscription databases is below.

A to Z Maps Online: The world’s largest subscription database of proprietary, royalty-free, world, continent, country and state maps

African American Experience: Online database collection on African American history and culture

Britannica Online: Encyclopaedia Britannica for comprehensive reference articles

CultureGrams: Articles, maps, photographs, biographies and recipes reflecting world cultures

Daily Life Through History: This database explores ordinary life through time and across the globe

EBSCO Research Databases: A suite of databases including Academic Search, History Reference Center, Literary Reference Center, Novelist, Points of View and Science Reference Center

Gale Virtual Reference Library: A collection of electronic reference books - focused primarily on history, social science and religion

History Study Center: History reference database covering ancient to modern times, offering both primary and secondary resources

Issues and Controversies in American History: Background, outcome and contemporary points of view for major debates and conflicts in American history
New Yorker Online Archive: Access to full text archive of the New Yorker Magazine

NoodleTools: Integrated tools for note-taking, outlining, citation, document archiving/annotation and collaborative research and writing

OneClick Digital: Audio books presented by Recorded Books

Origins Online: Documentary service brought to you by Catholic News Service

ProQuest: Database of newspaper, magazine and journal articles

ProQuest Learning: Literature: Searchable works of literature, author biographies, contemporary criticism and reviews

Seattle Times Electronic Edition

SIRS Discoverer: Research database designed for younger students with access to newspapers, magazines, reference resources and images

World Book Encyclopedia

World History Ancient and Medieval Eras: Covers early human history around the globe - from prehistoric times to the beginnings of the Renaissance

World Religions: Database covering religion around the globe, from prehistory to the present

World Religions E-books

Library Hours

The library is open throughout the school year Monday through Friday,
7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.

School Library Online Catalog