Homework & Research Help
Links to research & homework resources on the internet
- ALA/ALSC Great Web Sites for Kids
- Looking for something fun or educational on the Web? You're likely to find it here on this list of kids' sites recommended by the Association for Library Service to Children, part of the American Library Association.
- AcademicInfo: Extensive guides on over 25,000 subjects
- Academic Info's directory is a round up of the best and most useful links and resources within a specific subject area. In most cases they list both printed reference works and electronic resources.
- B.J. Pinchbeck’s Homework Helper
- Everyone could use a little help with their homework, and this is the perfect place to go. For the past 8 years, 17-year-old BJ and his dad have collected over 700 sites that can help you with many of your homework questions.
- Homework Center
- Take a look at this homework site and you will find an astounding amount of links organized by subject, tips on how to evaluate Web sites and how to use search engines.
- The Homework Spot
- HomeworkSpot.com is a free homework information Web site that features the very best K-12 homework-related sites for the best resources for English, math, science, history, art, music, technology, foreign language, college prep, health, life skills, extracurricular activities and much more.
- Khan Academy - video tutorials on math, physics, chemistry, etc.
- The Khan Academy site offers over 2,700 free video tutorials on math, physics, chemistry, finance, art, history, etc. It began as a personal math tutorial for the founder's family members and has grown into a worldwide educational resource for students, teachers, and parents.
- KidsSpace @ The Internet Public Library
- Find many resources for homework and fun. They also have a TeenSpace.
- Shmoop: Study Guides for Literature, Poetry, & U.S. History
- Shmoop wants to make you a better lover (of literature, history, poetry and writing). See many sides to the argument. Find your writing groove. Understand how lit and history are relevant today. We want to show your brain a good time. Our mission: To make learning and writing more fun and relevant for students in the digital age.