Homework Help for Teens
Find information not typically available through a Google Search. You’ll need your library card to log into some of them.
- Explora Canada – Information for students of all ages on a wide variety of topics, from history and current events to science and technology. Search a variety of sources such as magazines, encyclopedias, primary source documents and more.
- Points to the Past – Searchable primary source material: maps, photos, newspapers, manuscripts, pamphlets, portraits, sermons, poems, and more. For research, teaching and learning.
- Khan Academy – “Learn almost anything for free.”3300 videos explain many subjects.
- LearnNowBC is a single point of entry to distributed learning in British Columbia.
- Spot Fake News – Learn 4 simple steps to be able to tell if what you are reading is fact or fake.
BC Provincial Exams
Post Secondary Info
There are loads of resources to help you with your homework. Library databases have lots of useful information that’s not necessarily available through Google. Plus, you know you can trust this information. Many websites can also help you with your homework, but make sure you’re safe while surfing the Internet, that the websites you find are from reliable sources, and learn how to cite those sources.
The following websites that have been reviewed by librarians and are recommended as good starting points to help with your homework:
|Ask Dr. Math
|The Math Forum
|Community Learning Network’s Subject Areas
|Compiled by BC’s Community Learning Network, the resources on this site are divided by subject areas linked to BC’s curriculum.
|Multnomah County Library
|Homework Guides – This site is a great resource for homework guides on a variety of topics.
|Study guides and essay help.
|Test Taking Tips
|Learn proper note taking, studying and test taking strategies.
|Generate citations in MLA, APA & Chicago formats for your bibliography.
Can You Trust That Website?
Anyone can build a website, so you need to make sure the ones you’re looking at are from people you can trust. Here’s how…
|Evaluating Information Sources
|A checklist [PDF]
|Internet Safety Resources
|Created by the RCMP
|Internet Saftey from MediaSmarts
|Topics range from cyberbullying, cell phones & texting, Internet & mobile, queer representation, and more…
Citing Sources: Writing a Bibliography
What’s a bibliography?
It’s a list of all the books, articles, websites, interviews or movies that you used to create your project or report.
Why do I need a bibliography?
It’s important to give credit to the people whose work you used for your report. And it gives you, your teacher and anyone else who reads your report a chance to refer to those sources for more information.
How do I write a bibliography?
There are different ways you can do this and your teacher will tell you which they prefer (if they haven’t, just ask them).
|Write a Bibliography