Paper due tomorrow and no Wikipedia allowed? No worries! With your library card, you have access to reliable resources 24/7. To check out all of our databases, click here. Below is a list of resources made specifically for tweens and teens.
Britannica Library Young Adults - Encyclopedia Britannica for 6th grade and up. Includes research tools, history, and current events
Learning Express Library - From geometry to the SATs, use these great online courses to get ahead.
MAS Ultra - School Edition - Access hundreds of informative magazines on history, science and more.
Points of View - Working on a controversial subject? Find different points of view on many issues of the day.
World Book Web - An online encyclopedia with maps, science projects, and photos too.
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Check out this list of outside resources, hand selected for ease-of-use and information accuracy by our librarians.
infoplease: This site has resources on almost every school subject you could think of
The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL): Writing papers just got a lot easier. Use OWL, a site which offers over 200 free resources on writing, grammar, and the dreaded citation questions
CIA World Fact Book: Find up to the minute information on every nation. Includes maps, history, people, governments, and much more.
MadSci Network: Science homework getting you down? Check out the MadSci Network, where scientists provide answers to your questions.
WebMath: Stuck on a math problem? This site will help you find the answer and show you how it's done.