If you need to do some serious school work, check out these resources. Just because you use the internet to access them does not mean they are "internet sources." Way better than a Google search. You can find reputable, full-text articles, complete with citation tools.
Popular Resources for School Research
- Biography Reference Center
- History Reference Center
- Points of View Reference Center
- Science Reference Center
- Rosetta Stone
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- Learning Express School Center - Sharpen those math, science, and reading skills with practice tests and tutorials.
- Purdue Owl Online Writing Lab - Get help with MLA, APA, and general writing mechanics. Excellent for research papers!
- Khan Academy - Offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom.
- OpenStax - Open source, peer-reviewed, and 100% free. OpenStax has a wide range of textbooks to help you succeed. Use in a browser, download to a flash drive, even transfer to iTunes.
- Cliffnotes - Book summaries, quizzes, and study guides for all sorts of academic subjects.
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Need help for elementary level students? Check out some of these great resources:
- CultureGrams - Concise, reliable, and up-to-date reports on more than 200 countries, each U.S. state, and all 13 Canadian provinces and territories.
- Explora - Browse by category or search for specific topics. This is a one-stop-shop perfect for elementary and middle school content.
- PebbleGo - An award winning pre-K to grade 3 resource for reading and research.
Visit the Children's Page for more content for younger students.