These Reference Resources can help you find information for school assignments:
- Internet Public Library: Includes a subjects collection, a ready reference section and special collections such as the POTUS collection on U.S. Presidents.
- Librarians’ Internet Index: Websites that have been presorted by subject and checked for accuracy by librarians.
- Bartleby: A page with links to the Columbia Encyclopedia, Roget's Thesaurus, the American Heritage Dicitionary, Barttleby's quotations, Gray's Anatomy, the King James Bible and other excellent resources.
- Merriam-Webster's Atlas: A collection of maps online.
Search for Quotations Electronically:
- Quoteland: Quotations by topic and ways to identify quotes from unknown sources.
- The Quotations Page: Quotes by author and by subject
- Wikimedia Commons: A public collection of over 2,000,000 images that you can use
- Pics4Learning: An index of photos, sorted by subject, that are available for educational purposes
Good Guides to Making Correct Citations:
- MLA Citations Examples: A guide to citing sources from books, newspapers, encyclopedias and the internet.
- Citation Machine: This site will help you format your citations
- Easy Bib: Another site to help with citation formatting
- Citing a Photograph: Examples of how to cite your images.
Sources for Grammar Questions:
Use Our Subscription Database to Search for Magazine and Newspaper Articles:
- Ebsco: Search newspapers and magazines for current articles using this electronic index. See Mrs. White for the user name and password for our school's subscription. You can use this resource from home, too.