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Need ideas for your science fair project? Looking for a good map for your state report? Here you will find information on your topic of interest at your reading level. Content is aligned to curriculum. This resource removes the risk of the open Web while delivering an authoritative multimedia selection of content — primary sources, overviews, videos, and interactives.
Opposing Viewpoints in Context - Focuses on issues in the news and articles from many points of view pro and con about social issues and current events. Literature - Find works of poetry, prose, and drama from around the world. Also includes author biographies and multimedia, literary criticisms, essays, reviews and interviews. Novelist K-8 - Look here for the next great book to read on your Lexile level or to discover read-alikes.
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Skip to main navigation Skip to search Skip to content. Get a library card! Enter search query Search. Saved Searches Advanced Search. Homework Help for Kids. Video storybooks and online nonfiction books for young readers. Includes streaming video, games and educator resources. Full-text articles from magazines, newspapers, and reference books about current events, people, places, animals, history and more.
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Full-text articles on geography, history, science, and current events. Includes biographies, videos, and quizzes. Articles on the Native tribes of North America as well as primary sources, including treaties, speeches, traditional tales, maps, and images.
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Overviews, full-text articles, images, websites, and videos covering earth and life science, space, technology, mathematics, and science history and biography. Current and controversial issues with detailed discussions of pros and cons, summaries, bibliographies, and links to related stories.
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In this excerpt from Creating and Managing the Full-Service Homework Center (ALA Editions, ), Cindy Mediavilla explains how to pair the right staff members or volunteers with student learners.
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The Union Bank Homework Center is located on the second floor of the Central Library @ Joan Λ Irwin Jacobs Common. At the Homework Center, students in grades kindergarten through 12 can get in-person homework help from teachers on staff, as well as volunteer "homework coaches.". The Homework Help Centers (HHC) at Worthington Libraries provide students with access to homework assistance, computers, books and other resources they need to get their homework done. Together with library staff, volunteers from area high schools and adult volunteers ensure that the HHCs are a positive environment where students receive assistance with their homework assignments.
Need help getting started on a homework assignment, paper or project? Stop in our Homework Help Center staffed with people eager to help. Homework Center staff and volunteers provide: homework assistance for individual daily assignments and research projects, skill building for grades K in math and reading, and help using technology for school assignments.