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Teen Online Resources

Find what you need or what you're interested in here, from job search help to college prep or a how-to math video.

Homework Help

HippoCampus: Homework and Study Help

Free educational resources, including test prep and video lectures, for middle school, high school, and college students. (Monterey Institute for Technology and Education/National Repository of Online Courses)

Homework Spot

Whether you are in kindergarten or high school, this site offers the best homework help sites on the web, all in one convenient place.  (StartSpot Mediaworks)


A one-stop reference/homework help site.  (Pearson Education)

IXL Math and English

Preschoolers through 8th graders can get free practice in core curriculum skills in math and English.  (IXL Learning)

Khan Academy

Free tutorials on math, science, economics, computer science, and the humanities.

Learn a Language

Find hundreds of language-learning lessons, games, and activities for the following languages: Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, French, Japanese, Chinese, and English. (Visual Link)

Public Pioneer: Homework Help for Kids & Teens

Pioneer is a virtual library created by the Utah State Library Division in cooperation with Utah's public libraries.  On this section of the site, Public Pioneer offers an array of homework help resources for students in elementary through high school, all in one place. 


Learning is fun with this website that features flashcards, quizzes, and games.  Choose any subject!


A resource for teachers and homeschooling families, with video lessons, lesson plans, current science news, and a variety of tools to aid learning.  (American Association for the Advancement of Science/Thinkfinity)

The World Factbook

Clear, up-to-date information on countries around the world, with statistics and maps. (CIA)

The Writer's Handbook: Documentation Styles

Cite it right!  A list of different citation styles with examples.   (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

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