Homework Help

Stumped on your latest assignment?

Since you're already at our site, check out our research page. For tips on how to do the best search, for articles in our databases or on google, ask a librarian.

HomeworkSpot- Links to a huge array of sites for every course.

Librarian's Index to the Internet- How do you know that webpage you're about to site is accurate? Check out the sites listed on LII.org, all vetted by a team of librarians.

RefDesk Homework Help- Another collection of homework help links.

Discovery School Homework Helper- Homework links from the Discovery Channel.

FactMonster- Check your facts!

Online Flash Cards- Use the premade flash cards, or sign up to create your own.

High School Ace- Ace your classes with help from this high school homework site.

Internet Detective- How do you know that website is accurate? This tutorial will help you learn how to use the Internet to do research

Google Tutor- If you want to use Google to find everything, do it right!

Science and Math

Access Science - Provides full text and illustrations of the McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 9th edition, plus latest additions and revisions, more than 8,500 encyclopedia articles and research updates, image galleries, 100,000+ terms from Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed., animated tutorials,2000 biographies of well-known scientists, study center, Q&A, AP study guides, essay topics, topical bibliographies.

50 most popular Science Blogs- Working on that science project? Think you'd like to be a scientist? Check out these blogs for some inspiration.

The Most Popular Myths in Science {Live Science}-Offers the facts behind common theories like how long it takes to digest gum, whether chicken soup cures the common cold, and cats' ability to always land on their feet. Then click on the Live Science home page for articles, headlines, and blogs about the sciences.

ScienCentral- Reports on science issues that affect daily life.

Scientific American- Articles, interviews and up-to-date information.

Internet History of Science Sourcebook- The history of science throughout the world.

EarthTrends- The World Resource Institute's Environmental Information Portal.

EPA Student Center- Water, Ecosystems, Conservation, Waste and Recycling.

United States Geologic Survey- Earth Science, Geology, Earthquakes, Water and other information about the planet.

Ask Dr. Math- Math help for elementary school through college.

Math Lessons- Fun Math Lessons!

Guide to Online Schools' Math Resources - A comprehensive collection of resources for all math subjects, from the basics to calculus

English and Literature

Internet Public Library Literary Criticism- Over 1000 critical and biographical websites about authors and their works that can be browsed by author, by title, or by literary period.

Modern English Collection- Fiction, non-fiction, poetry, drama, letters, newspapers, manuscripts and illustrations from 1500 to the present, arranged for browsing by author's last name or by category of interest

PAL: Perspectives in American Literature-Excellent source for information on specific authors by period of American history from the Colonial Period to the Present.

San Antonio College LitWeb-Produced by the Department of English at San Antonio College, this website provides information about and links to sites regarding major literary figures.