School is back in session, and that means the return of homework and research projects. JMRL has several online services that can help with those assignments.
Teen Homework Help – Internet Links By Subject
Whether your assignment topic is government or science, or if you are struggling with math, this collection of Internet links can help you find the answers you need. The websites are organized by subject to make it easier to find useful information. The best part is that a JMRL Teen Librarian has already evaluated the quality of these websites for you.
Do you need a bit more depth, or a more authoritative source? Try the JMRL Databases. They include everything from online encyclopedias to newspaper articles to scholarly journals. Use Transparent Language to practice your foreign language skills or use Literary Reference Center to find information about an author for your English class. Literati by Credo even offers free, live tutoring for Math and Science.
Ask a Librarian
Still need more help? Use the Ask a Librarian reference service. During hours the library is open, librarians are standing by to answer your questions by text or chat. Or you can use email to ask more detailed questions. Better yet, stop by your local library and ask a librarian in person. They are experts at helping you find the information you need