Recommended Websites
    Student Resources 



    36 Best Websites for Full-Fledged Learning  contains a collection of websites for creation, learning, and collaborating.

    Awesome Library contains thousands of resources that are carefully reviewed.  Sections include articles for children, teens, college students, parents, and teachers.  The site contains many resources for K-12 teachers.
    B.J. Pinchbeck’s Homework Helper contains over 735 links to sites to help students with their homework.

    EasyBib is a free automatic bibliography and citation maker for students to use for reports.


    Harvard Guide to Using Sources is a the site that discusses how to use the best sources for assignments.    

    High School Ace is a web directory of educational resources for high school students.  Included are area academic subject guides and reference tools.
    Homework Spot is a homework information portal in which resources are organized by grade level and subject area.  The site also features a reference center and current events.  

    Library Spot is a library resource center bringing and library and reference sites together with insightful editorials in one user-friendly spot.

    Plagiarism:  Avoid the Consequences is an easy-to-read guide that covers plagiarism.  The site also contains a citation guide.

    Purdue Online Writing Lab offers examples for the general format of MLA and APA research papers, in-text citations, endnotes, footnotes, and the reference page.

     Shakespeare Resource Center contains links that contain information on William Shakespeare.


    Ward off Plagiarism provides worthwhile tips about plagiarism.


    Teacher Resources

    AASL's Top Websites for Teaching and Learning  (American Association of School Librarians) contains a listing of user-friendly sites that encourage exploration while fostering innovation, creativity, and collaboration.


    Awesome Library contains thousands of resources that are carefully reviewed.  Sections include those for children, teens, college students, parents, and teachers.  The site contains many resources for K-12 teachers.


    Kathy Schrock’s Guide for Educators offers resources for enhancing curriculum as well as professional growth.


    Pathfinders from ipl2  is a listing from the Internet Public Library and Librarians’ Internet Index of their most frequently used and updated pathfinders.


    Rubrics from Rubistar  Registered users can create, save, and edit rubrics online for free which may be accessed from any computer.


    Webquests from Webquest.org contains a complete source of information about webquests including materials for teachers.


    Wikifrom PBworks.com contains over 300,000 educational work spaces and provides resources for collaborative learning.

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