MOREnet links Missouri to a world of knowledge through a statewide research and education network. Research databases are provided for academic use, and are funded by the Missouri MOREnet project, of which Lone Jack is a subscriber. Databases contain research articles, newspaper articles, as well as various information for students to utilize.
Gale provides access to full-text information on a wide variety of subjects including general interest, business, health, science, technology and homework help. Information is from journals, magazines, pamphlets, reference books and also includes multimedia resources.
LearningExpress Library is designed to help people succeed on the tests they must pass to gain citizenship, improve their testing skills or to further their education or career. Over 300 online academic and licensing practice tests including SAT, ACT, GRE, LSAT, Advanced Placement, civil service, military, real estate, law enforcement, citizenship, TOEFL, ESL and basic skills for elementary, middle and high school skills improvement and much more. Test preparation materials span ages from elementary through adult. This testing resource also provides instant scoring and customized feedback.
NewsBank provides the full text of news features, special interest stories, editorials, daily columns, letters to the editor, sports reports, death notices, obituaries and more from Missouri publications Kansas City Star and St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Annenberg Media provides access to professional development materials for educators. The resources are free, and include video-on-demand, live streaming video events, and other materials available for purchase. The site also provides access to the Annenberg Channel, a free satellite channel for schools, libraries, colleges, universities, and other public access channels.
Finding Missouri: Our History and Heritage
This video series, for students and teachers in Missouri's elementary and secondary schools, was funded by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) and the Historical Preservation Section of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. Each of the 18 digitized videos focuses on a single topic and lasts approximately 10-15 minutes.
Missouri Digital Heritage Initiative
Access to a wide variety of digitized collections from Missouri libraries, archives, historical societies and museums.