General Reference and Study Skills:
Use this site to locate information about prominent individuals from throughout history.
High School Ace
This site links students to other web sites on a variety of topics including a daily news quiz from The New York Times
Internet Public Library
Browse topics for web sites at this subject organized reference tool.
Lakewood Public Library Student Guides
These student guides cover topics such as writing a research paper, writing a book report, creating a timeline, and preparing a science fair project. Students receive step by step information and resources about how to complete assignments of each type.
OneLook Dictionary Search
Don't have a dictionary close at hand? This site links to a variety of different kinds of dictionaries. Use it to look up words, find synonyms, and translate unknown words.
The World Fact Book
This site offers information on countries around the world.
This site's free features include literature study guides with quizzes to test knowledge of particular books.
This site provides study guides and support for a variety of topics including many different classic and contemporary novels.
Ask Dr. Math
Use this site sponsored by Drexel University to review explanations of a variety of math concepts.
This periodic table allows student to click on each element to obtain basic information about each element.
This site includes "This Day in History" and world timelines. Timelines contain many links to click through and get additional information.
Click on homework help to access information on animals, maps, science, and much more. The MapMachine feature includes many types of maps for different countries.
Artcylopedia: The Fine Arts Search Engine
Looking for information on famouse artists or works of art? Look no further than Artcyclopedia. Searchable by artist, title of work of art, or museum where it is located, this resource is very comprehensive.
College and Career:
Searchable job listings, resume tips, and interview advice are available here.
Job Search for Teens, Students and College Grads
At this site, find articles about job hunting and links to other job sites.
Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2006-2007 Edition
Use this site, published by the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics, to search for jobs of interest. Information on education needed, job prospects, and average salaray can be found here.
Ohio Department of Job and Family Services: Helping Ohioans
Look here for Ohio job search tools and information on issues related to the workplace.