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Need sources for a paper that’s due tomorrow? Check out our Literati Reference database for credible, authoritative resources including complete books all many subjects, Roget’s Thesaurus, dictionaries of quotations, and more.
Need a quick source for reliable information?Check out our Literati Reference database for general and subject encyclopedias, dictionaries, almanacs, fact books, the Annual Register of World Events, DK Eyewitness books and more.
Stumped on homework questions? You can get live help from a state-certified teacher in a virtual classroom. Using an online whiteboard and chat window, students grades 3 through 12 can work one-on-one in real time with a teacher to solve homework problems, edit papers or expand on lessons taught in school on reading, writing, match and science.
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Citation Machine is a great tool to use if working on a research paper or assignment. This tool automatically generates citations in the style (MLA, APA, etc.) of your choice, whether you’re citing a book, journal, magazine, website, and various other types.
A collection of digitized historical documents spanning the beginning of the Americas to the present day. You can search by time period or subject such as the Great Depression, WWII, African American or Native American History, and more.
Find it Virginia is a collection of databases that provide free 24/7 access to resources such as newspapers, magazine and journal articles,images, podcasts, videos and books such as encyclopedias. Materials are divided by elementary, middle and high school levels. (Valid Library card from a library located in Virginia required for access.)
The Gilder Leherman Institute of American History has developed this gateway to source materials, essays, lesson plans and presentations organized by era. Augusta County Library is a Public Library Affiliate of The Gilder Leherman Institute.
Get access to tutorials, practice tests, and more on a variety of subjects and grade levels.
Read the entire kid’s magazine or National Geographic published books online. Search for animals you love or history stories that will help you at school! Find images to include in your reports and presentations–and they print with their citation.
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