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Research - Online Resources

Use your Batavia Public Library card to do research 24 hours a day!

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Database listing by topic:

Academic Search Premier – Full-text articles to support research in science, engineering, physics, technology, religion, and philosophy. Includes access to video from the Associated Press (AP)

Gale General OneFile – Index of magazine and journal articles in a variety of subject areas.  Some full-text.

Gale in Context: High School – Index of reference book, magazine, academic journal, and newspaper articles in a variety of subject areas. Also includes images and primary sources. Some full-text.

Gale Virtual Reference Library – Gale Virtual Reference Library – Full text of over 300 reference books in a variety of subject areas, including history, literature, science, business, and social science. Search the full text of all of these sources at once

FirstSearch – Lists several indexes of magazine and journal articles in a variety of subject areas, and links to the OCLC WorldCat library catalog.

ArticleFirst – Index of articles from the contents pages of journals.  Some full-text.

America’s News Magazines – Index of magazine articles about news, business, entertainment, science and technology, lifestyle, and sports. Full-text.

ClasePeriódica – Index of Spanish-language Latin American journals in the sciences and humanities. Some full-text.

ECO – Index of academic journal articles

MasterFile Complete – A good place to start for research and homework. Includes full-text articles, reference books, primary source documents, photos, maps, and flags.

Price It! Antiques & Collectibles – Search or browse to identify, research, and see price information about antiques and collectibles.

Auto Repair Source – Offers information to help you diagnose, repair, and maintain cars and vehicles. Includes service and repair procedures, diagrams, recall information, specifications, labor estimates, and parts pricing.

ChiltonLibrary – Repair manual for most popular domestic and import cars, SUVs, and light trucks from 1940 through last year’s model year. Continuously updated features include diagnostics, repair, “trouble codes,” wiring diagrams, recalls / bulletins, and maintenance schedules.

Business Insights: Essentials – Company and industry reports, and an index to business magazines. Some full-text.

Business Source Premier – Full-text articles to support research in accounting, finance, economics, marketing, management, and operations management. Includes access to video from the Associated Press (AP)

Lynda.com – Provides over 7,000 online courses, made up of more than 250,000 video tutorials on a variety of topics for adults, including computers, business, design, photography, and more

Morningstar Investment Research Center – Look up stocks and mutual funds, read analysts’ reports, and screen for stocks and mutual funds.

ReferenceUSA – Look up companies by name, industry, or location.

ConsumerReports.org – Ratings, reviews, recommendations, and buying advice for thousands of products and services

Hobbies & Crafts Reference Center – Offers detailed “how-to” instructions and creative ideas to meet the interests of virtually every hobby enthusiast. Full text is provided from leading hobby and craft magazines.

Tutorial video

ERIC – Index of articles and reports in education. Some full-text.

Gale Courses – Provides 6-week instructor-led courses on a variety of topics for adults, including computers, business, design, language, writing, and personal development.

Lynda.com – Provides over 7,000 online courses, made up of more than 250,000 video tutorials on a variety of topics for adults, including computers, business, design, photography, and more

Testing & Education Reference Center – Provides over 300 practice tests (including the ACT, SAT, GED, GRE, AP placement exams, and various career-related exams). Also provides information about scholarships and colleges.

Tutor.com
K-12 Student Center and College Center provides on-demand tutoring, homework help, test preparation, and writing assistance in over 60 subjects for students from kindergarten through college. No appointment is needed. Tutors are available seven days a week, 12:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.
You can also use their drop-off reviews, practice quizzes, video lessons, and The Princeton Review SAT®/ACT® Essentials to study 24/7.

Adult Education Center & Career Center connects lifelong learners with expert tutors in an easy-to-use online classroom. Get one-to-one tutoring in over 60 subjects, including GED® preparation. Tutors are available seven days a week, 12:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.
You can also use their drop-off reviews, practice quizzes, video lessons, and The Princeton Review® GMAT®, GRE®, LSAT®, and MCAT® Practice Tests to study 24/7.

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ClasePeriódica – Índice de revistas latinoamericanas de ciencias y humanidades.

ABC World Food is a food database that contains traditional recipes for 174 countries of the world in all course categories: appetizers, soups, salads, breads, main courses, side dishes, desserts, and beverages.

With thousands of recipes, hundreds of fascinating culture and ingredient articles, and essential culinary resources, AtoZ Food America brings United States cuisines to you! 

AtoZ Maps Online: the world’s most comprehensive collection of royalty-free downloadable maps. Use our more than 100,000 maps in school reports, school lesson plans, personal research projects, and business reports.

AtoZ The USA: AtoZ the USA contains more than 115 country-based articles and 115 state articles for each of the 50 US states, five US territories, and the District of Columbia. Library patrons and students will find unmatched coverage of the country’s people, history, economy, geography, symbols, culture, and society. From Alabama to Wyoming explore the great American experiment with AtoZ the USA.

AtoZ The World: Curious about the world? AtoZ The WorldTM has you covered. With AtoZ The World, information about world history, cultures, languages, foods, religions, and much more is just a click away. With 175 Country Culture Guides covering over 60 topics each, AtoZ The World offers a breadth and depth of content that is unmatched by any other single resource. What will you learn today?

Ancient and Medieval History Online  – This resource provides thorough coverage of nine civilizations from pre-history through the 1500s incorporating primary documents, timelines, videos, and biographies. Students can research each civilization in-depth or use the browse feature for comparison studies.  This advanced content will be valuable for both middle and high school students.

BookFLIX – Scholastic BookFlix is a new online literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks from Weston Woods with related nonfiction eBooks from Scholastic to build a love of reading and learning. The engaging way to link fact and fiction, BookFlix reinforces early reading skills and introduces children to a world of knowledge and exploration.

History Reference Center – Full-text articles to support research in history and genealogy and lesson plans to support student learning

Little Pim – This language learning program is specifically designed to promote language learning for children from ages 0 to 6 but can also be used by elementary-age language learners. Little Pim offers 12 languages to learn including Arabic, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.

MasterFile Complete – A good place to start for research and homework. Includes full-text articles, reference books, primary source documents, photos, maps, and flags.

Middle Search Plus – Resources to support middle school students, including biographies, magazines, primary source documents, photos, maps, and flags. Includes Sports Illustrated Kids, Scholastic News, National Geographic and dozens more. Articles include reading level indicators.(Lexile)

Points of View Reference Center -Resources for students to understand issues, develop criticial thinking skills, and develop persuasive arguments. Includes essays, overviews, articles, and transcripts on, citizens’ rights, earth and environmental issues, global issues, health and medicine, and media and communications.

Primary Search – Resources to support elementary school students, including encyclopedias specifically for kids, articles from children’s magazines including Highlights and Junior Scholastic, and a large image collection.

ScienceFlix – ScienceFlix offers thirty complete scientific units each featuring engaging videos to build background knowledge and introduce the topic and key vocabulary. Earth Science, Space, Human Body, Technology, Engineering, and Life Sciences are all covered. Each article is written at three different reading levels to provide access to the most students. You can also find project and experiment ideas, learn about scientific careers, and links to credible sites for further research.

Science Reference Center -Full-text articles to support research in applied sciences, biology, chemistry, earth and space science, and energy. Includes the Science Image Collection, a database of high-quality science images from National Geographic, UPI, Getty, NASA, and Nature Picture Library.

Scholastic Teachables – Scholastic Teachables is an online database of tens of thousands of searchable and printable educational materials. Scholastic’s teacher-authors create and vet thousands of high-quality, ready-to-use resources so that you do not have to spend countless hours searching for reliable content to support your instruction at home or in the classroom.  

Testing & Education Reference Center – Provides over 300 practice tests (including the ACT, SAT, GED, GRE, AP placement exams, and various career-related exams). It also provides information about scholarships and colleges.

TumbleBooks Library – TumbleBooks are talking, animated picture books that teach the joy of reading in a format that kids love. You can read the books yourself or have them read to you!

TumbleBooks Cloud Jr. – An online collection of read-alongs, ebooks, graphic novels, audio books and educational videos for elementary age students who are ready to move up from TumbleBooks Library. Optional highlighted text and narration makes this an accessible format for all reading levels!

TumbleBooks Cloud – An online collection of read-alongs, ebooks, graphic novels, audiobooks and educational videos for middle and high school students. This collection incorporates all the features of TumbleBookCloud Jr with more advanced content for older students.

Tumblemath – a highly accessible database, featuring a variety of books at different reading levels, and math skill levels!

Tutor.comK-12 Student Center and College Center provides on-demand tutoring, homework help, test preparation, and writing assistance in over 60 subjects for students from kindergarten through college. No appointment is needed. Tutors are available seven days a week, 12:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.
You can also use their drop-off reviews, practice quizzes, video lessons, and The Princeton Review SAT®/ACT® Essentials to study 24/7.

World Book Encyclopedia – Includes quality World Book encyclopedia content through multiple age-appropriate platforms including World Book Kids, World Book Student, an exciting Timelines source for school projects, and Enciclopedia Estudiantil Hallazgos – which contains the full World Book Student content in Spanish. Articles throughout the database can be translated into multiple languages, have video and audio content.

World Almanac for Kids – The World Almanac® for Kids includes exclusive online-only material as well as content from award-winning Chelsea House and Facts On File sets and series. Each subject area provides resources for homework, reports, and projects, and kids can explore age-appropriate topics while developing online research skills with a trusted content source.

Database listing by topic:

America’s Obituaries & Death Notices – Search for recent obituaries and death notices in over 400 U.S. newspapers, listed by state when you click on a map. Search by name of deceased, date or date range, locality, and text terms such as occupation or school or church. Some newspapers are indexed only for the most recent two to five years; others since the 1980s; and the Chicago Tribune from 1860 to 1984. New entries added daily.

Genealogy: Ancestry Library Edition

(Remote access available through March 31, 2021, courtesy of ProQuest and Ancestry) also includes federal censuses for 1790 to 1940, and all years have been indexed. In addition to numerous family and local histories, this database also provides access to digitized birth, marriage, death, immigration, court, land, and probate records; family trees; and a variety of blank forms that you can use to record your genealogical research.  To access Ancestry Library Edition from home please use this link.

Chicago Tribune (Historical) – Page images of the Chicago Tribune from 1849 to 1986, as well as a timeline, popular topics, and “This Day in History” features. Full text. Available due to a grant from the Friends of the Batavia Public Library

HeritageQuest – Search all U.S. federal censuses from 1790 to 1940, local histories, and family genealogies.

History Reference Center – Full-text articles to support research in history and genealogy and lesson plans to support student learning.

Consumer Health Complete – Full-text articles to support research in aging, cancer, diabetes, drugs and alcohol, fitness, and nutrition. Includes teen health topics for teens and parents.

Gale Health and Wellness  – Gale Health and Wellness offers access to thousands of full-text medical journals, magazines, reference works, multimedia, and more. This comprehensive consumer health resource provides authoritative information on the full range of health-related issues, from current disease and disorder information to in-depth coverage of alternative medical practices, and more.

Gale OneFile: Health and Medicine – Health and Medicine includes information created specifically for students, knowledgeable consumer health researchers, and health care professionals.

MEDLINE – Index of articles from medical journals.

History Reference Center – Full-text articles to support research in history and genealogy and lesson plans to support student learning.

Literary Reference Center – Novels, short stories, poems, plot summaries and synopses, and literary criticism. Research guides, lesson plans, and citation tools support student learning.

Mango Languages – An online language-learning system that teaches conversation skills for over 60 different languages, including English.

Legal Information Reference Center Plus – A database designed to assist the general public in legal matters of all kinds. It includes exclusive full text for many top consumer legal reference books, as well as thousands of legal forms.

Batavia Public Library Catalog

WorldCat – OCLC catalog of books and other materials in libraries worldwide (with an emphasis on U.S. libraries).

IllinoisCatalog – OCLC catalog of books and other materials in Illinois libraries.

GPO (Government Printing Office) – Index of U.S. government publications.

OAIster 

Union catalog of digital resources

Other Libraries – Links to other area library catalogs.

General OneFile – Literary criticism from reference books, magazines, and journals. Some full-text.

Literary Reference Center – Novels, short stories, poems, plot summaries and synopses, and literary criticism. Research guides, lesson plans, and citation tools support student learning.

Chicago Tribune – Index of Chicago Tribune articles from 1985 to the present. Full-text.

Chicago Tribune (Historical) – Page images of the Chicago Tribune from 1849 to 1986, as well as a timeline, popular topics, and “This Day in History” features. Full text. Available due to a grant from the Friends of the Batavia Public Library

Daily Herald – Index of Daily Herald articles from 1995 to the present. Full-text.

Gale General OneFile – Index of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Christian Science Monitor, and Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service. Some full-text.

Chicago Area News – Search several Chicago area newspapers simultaneously.

Newspaper Source Plus

Core Collections Package including (includes: Children’s Core, Middle School & Junior High, Senior High, fiction (adult), Nonfiction (adult) and Graphic Novels) – Authoritative guides that recommend reference, nonfiction, and fiction books.

NoveList Plus – Find fiction and nonfiction books similar to your favorites! NoveList Plus provides information about more than 150,000 fiction and 50,000 nonfiction books. It offers book discussion guides, author read-alikes, lists of award winners, series information, and various ways to search for books.

Novelist K-8 Plus – Has much of the same functionality as regular Novelist, with a kid-friendly interface.

Gale Virtual Reference Library – Gale Virtual Reference Library – Full text of over 300 reference books in a variety of subject areas, including history, literature, science, business, and social science. Search the full text of all of these sources at once.

Telephone Directory

ReferenceUSA – Search yellow page and white page listings for companies and individuals throughout the United States.

Science Reference Center – Full-text articles to support research in applied sciences, biology, chemistry, earth and space science, and energy. Includes the Science Image Collection, a database of high-quality science images from National Geographic, UPI, Getty, NASA, and Nature Picture Library.

Alphabetical listing of databases:

With thousands of recipes, hundreds of fascinating culture and ingredient articles, and essential culinary resources, AtoZ Food America brings United States cuisines to you! 

AtoZ World Food is a food database that contains traditional recipes for 174 countries of the world in all course categories: appetizers, soups, salads, breads, main courses, side dishes, desserts, and beverages.

AtoZ Maps Online: AtoZ Maps Online™is the world’s most comprehensive collection of royalty-free downloadable maps. Use our more than 100,000 maps in school reports, school lesson plans, personal research projects, and business reports.

AtoZ The USA: AtoZ the USA contains more than 115 country-based articles and 115 state articles for each of the 50 US states, five US territories, and the District of Columbia. Library patrons and students will find unmatched coverage of the country’s people, history, economy, geography, symbols, culture, and society. From Alabama to Wyoming explore the great American experiment with AtoZ the USA.

AtoZ The World: Curious about the world? AtoZ The WorldTM has you covered. With AtoZ The World, information about world history, cultures, languages, foods, religions, and much more is just a click away. With 175 Country Culture Guides covering over 60 topics each, AtoZ The World offers a breadth and depth of content that is unmatched by any other single resource. What will you learn today?

Academic Search Premier – Full-text articles to support research in science, engineering, physics, technology, religion, and philosophy. Includes access to video from the Associated Press (AP)

America’s News Magazines – Index of magazine articles about news, business, entertainment, science and technology, lifestyle, and sports. Full-text.

America’s Obituaries & Death Notices – includes full-text for recent obituaries from over 400 U.S. newspapers. Obituaries in most newspapers have been digitized and indexed only for the last two decades or less. Obituaries in the Chicago Tribune, however, have been digitized and indexed from 1860-present.

Ancestry Library Edition – (Remote access available through March 31, 2021, courtesy of ProQuest and Ancestry) also includes federal censuses for 1790 to 1940, and all years have been indexed. In addition to numerous family and local histories, this database also provides access to digitized birth, marriage, death, immigration, court, land, and probate records; family trees; and a variety of blank forms that you can use to record your genealogical research.

Ancient and Medieval History Online – This resource provides thorough coverage of nine civilizations from pre-history through the 1500s incorporating primary documents, timelines, videos and biographies. Students can research each civilization in depth or use the browse feature for comparison studies. This advanced content will be valuable for both middle and high school students.

Auto Repair Source – Offers information to help you diagnose, repair, and maintain cars and vehicles. Includes service and repair procedures, diagrams, recall information, specifications, labor estimates, and parts pricing.

ArticleFirst – Index of articles from the contents pages of journals. Some full-text.

Batavia Public Library Catalog

BookFLIX – Scholastic BookFlix is a new online literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks from Weston Woods with related nonfiction eBooks from Scholastic to build a love of reading and learning. The engaging way to link fact and fiction, BookFlix reinforces early reading skills and introduces children to a world of knowledge and exploration.

Business Insights: Essentials – Company and industry reports, and an index to business magazines. Some full-text.

Business Source Premier – Full-text articles to support research in accounting, finance, economics, marketing, management, and operations management. Includes access to video from the Associated Press (AP)

Chicago Area News – Search several Chicago area newspapers simultaneously.

Chicago Tribune – Index of Chicago Tribune articles from 1985 to the present. Full-text.

Chicago Tribune (Historical) – Page images of the Chicago Tribune from 1849 to 1986, as well as a timeline, popular topics, and “This Day in History” features. Full text. Available due to a grant from the Friends of the Batavia Public Library

ChiltonLibrary – Repair manual for most popular domestic and import cars, SUVs, and light trucks from 1940 through last year’s model year. Continuously updated features include diagnostics, repair, “trouble codes,” wiring diagrams, recalls / bulletins, and maintenance schedules.

ClasePeriódica – Índice de revistas latinoamericanas de ciencias y humanidades. Index of Spanish-language Latin American journals in the sciences and humanities. Some full-text.

Consumer Health Complete – Full-text articles to support research in aging, cancer, diabetes, drugs and alcohol, fitness, and nutrition. Includes teen health topics for teens and parents.

ConsumerReports.org – Ratings, reviews, recommendations, and buying advice for thousands of products and services.

Core Collections Package including (includes: Children’s Core, Middle School & Junior High, Senior High, fiction (adult), Nonfiction (adult) and Graphic Novels) – Authoritative guides that recommend reference, nonfiction, and fiction books.

Daily Herald – Index of Daily Herald articles from 1995 to the present. Full-text.

ECO – Index of academic journal articles.

Education Research Complete

ERIC – Index of articles and reports in education. Some full-text.

FirstSearch – Lists several indexes of magazine and journal articles in a variety of subject areas, and links to the OCLC WorldCat library catalog.

Gale Courses – Provides 6-week instructor-led courses on a variety of topics for adults, including computers, business, design, language, writing, and personal development.

Gale in Context: High School – Index of reference book, magazine, academic journal, and newspaper articles in a variety of subject areas. Also includes images and primary sources. Some full-text.

Gale Virtual Reference Library – Full text of over 300 reference books in a variety of subject areas, including history, literature, science, business, and social science. Search the full text of all of these sources at once.

Gale General OneFile – Index of magazine and journal articles in a variety of subject areas. Some full-text. Also: Index of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Christian Science Monitor, and Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service. Some full-text.

GPO (Government Printing Office) – Index of U.S. government publications.

Gale Health and WellnessGale Health and Wellness offers access to thousands of full-text medical journals, magazines, reference works, multimedia, and more. This comprehensive consumer health resource provides authoritative information on the full range of health-related issues, from current disease and disorder information to in-depth coverage of alternative medical practices, and more.

Gale OneFile: Health and Medicine – Health and Medicine includes information created specifically for students, knowledgeable consumer health researchers, and health care professionals.

Consumer Health Complete – Full-text articles to support research in aging, cancer, diabetes, drugs and alcohol, fitness, and nutrition. Includes teen health topics for teens and parents.

HeritageQuest – Search all U.S. federal censuses from 1790 to 1940, local histories, and family genealogies.

History Reference Center – Full-text articles to support research in history and genealogy and lesson plans to support student learning.

Hobbies & Crafts Reference Center – Offers detailed “how-to” instructions and creative ideas to meet the interests of virtually every hobby enthusiast. Full text is provided from leading hobby and craft magazines. Tutorial video

IllinoisCatalog – OCLC catalog of books and other materials in Illinois libraries.

Legal Information Reference Center Plus – A database designed to assist the general public in legal matters of all kinds. It includes exclusive full text for many top consumer legal reference books, as well as thousands of legal forms.

Little Pim Mango Languages – An online language-learning system that teaches conversation skills for over 60 different languages, including English.

Literary Reference Center – Novels, short stories, poems, plot summaries and synopses, and literary criticism. Research guides, lesson plans, and citation tools support student learning.

Lynda.com – Provides over 7,000 online courses, made up of more than 250,000 video tutorials on a variety of topics for adults, including computers, business, design, photography, and more

Mango Languages – An online language-learning system that teaches conversation skills for over 60 different languages, including English.

MasterFile Complete – A good place to start for research and homework. Includes full-text articles, reference books, primary source documents, photos, maps, and flags.

MEDLINE – Index of articles from medical journals.

Middle Search Plus – Resources to support middle school students, including biographies, magazines, primary source documents, photos, maps, and flags. Includes Sports Illustrated Kids, Scholastic News, National Geographic and dozens more. Articles include reading level indicators.(Lexile)

Morningstar Investment Research Center – Look up stocks and mutual funds, read analysts’ reports, and screen for stocks and mutual funds.

NoveList Plus – Find fiction and nonfiction books similar to your favorites! NoveList Plus provides information about more than 150,000 fiction and 50,000 nonfiction books. It offers book discussion guides, author read-alikes, lists of award winners, series information, and various ways to search for books.

Novelist K-8 Plus – Has much of the same functionality as regular Novelist, with a kid-friendly interface.

OAIster Union catalog of digital resources Other Libraries – Links to other area library catalogs. PapersFirst – Index of papers presented at conferences worldwide.

Other Libraries – Links to other area library catalogs.

PapersFirst – Index of papers presented at conferences worldwide.

Points of View Reference Center -Resources for students to understand issues, develop criticial thinking skills, and develop persuasive arguments. Includes essays, overviews, articles, and transcripts on, citizens’ rights, earth and environmental issues, global issues, health and medicine, and media and communications.

Price It! Antiques & Collectibles – Search or browse to identify, research, and see price information about antiques and collectibles. Proceedings – An index of worldwide conference proceedings.

Primary Search – Resources to support elementary school students, including encyclopedias specifically for kids, articles from children’s magazines including Highlights and Junior Scholastic, and a large image collection.

Proceedings – An index of worldwide conference proceedings.

ReferenceUSA – Search yellow page and white page listings for companies and individuals throughout the United States. Look up companies by name, industry, or location.

ScienceFlix – ScienceFlix offers thirty complete scientific units each featuring engaging videos to build background knowledge and introduce the topic and key vocabulary. Earth Science, Space, Human Body, Technology, Engineering, and Life Sciences are all covered. Each article is written at three different reading levels to provide access to the most students. You can also find project and experiment ideas, learn about scientific careers, and links to credible sites for further research.

Science Reference Center -Full-text articles to support research in applied sciences, biology, chemistry, earth and space science, and energy. Includes the Science Image Collection, a database of high-quality science images from National Geographic, UPI, Getty, NASA, and Nature Picture Library.

Scholastic Teachables – Scholastic Teachables is an online database of tens of thousands of searchable and printable educational materials. Scholastic’s teacher-authors create and vet thousands of high-quality, ready-to-use resources so that you do not have to spend countless hours searching for reliable content to support your instruction at home or in the classroom.  

Testing & Education Reference Center – Provides over 300 practice tests (including the ACT, SAT, GED, GRE, AP placement exams, and various career-related exams). It also provides information about scholarships and colleges.

TumbleBooks Cloud – An online collection of read-alongs, ebooks, graphic novels, audiobooks and educational videos for middle and high school students. This collection incorporates all the features of TumbleBookCloud Jr with more advanced content for older students.

TumbleBooks Cloud Jr. – An online collection of read-alongs, ebooks, graphic novels, audiobooks and educational videos for elementary-age students who are ready to move up from TumbleBooks Library. Optional highlighted text and narration make this an accessible format for all reading levels!

TumbleBooks Library – TumbleBooks are talking, animated picture books that teach the joy of reading in a format that kids love. You can read the books yourself or have them read to you!

Tumblemath – a highly accessible database, featuring a variety of books at different reading levels, and math skill levels!

Tutor.com
K-12 Student Center and College Center provides on-demand tutoring, homework help, test preparation, and writing assistance in over 60 subjects for students from kindergarten through college. No appointment is needed. Tutors are available seven days a week, 12:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.
You can also use their drop-off reviews, practice quizzes, video lessons, and The Princeton Review SAT®/ACT® Essentials to study 24/7.

Adult Education Center & Career Center connects lifelong learners with expert tutors in an easy-to-use online classroom. Get one-to-one tutoring in over 60 subjects, including GED® preparation. Tutors are available seven days a week, 12:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.
You can also use their drop-off reviews, practice quizzes, video lessons, and The Princeton Review® GMAT®, GRE®, LSAT®, and MCAT® Practice Tests to study 24/7.

World Book Encyclopedia – Includes quality World Book encyclopedia content through multiple age-appropriate platforms including World Book Kids, World Book Student, an exciting Timelines source for school projects, and Enciclopedia Estudiantil Hallazgos – which contains the full World Book Student content in Spanish. Articles throughout the database can be translated into multiple languages, have video and audio content.

WorldCat – OCLC catalog of books and other materials in libraries worldwide (with an emphasis on U.S. libraries).

WorldCat Dissertations – A database of all dissertations and theses available in WorldCat.