This category should provide free educational reference resources for kids and teens from ages 3 to 18. A reference would offer information in a quick and compact writing style. This is the opposite of an online book or detailed essay. Some examples of learning resources include online libraries, dictionaries, encyclopedias, how-to webpages, and directories of public libraries.
Search for famous quotes, classic literature, and nonfictional works. Site also includes dictionary, encyclopedia, and thesaurus.
Reference search guide. Research portal covers biography, dictionary, encyclopedia, language translation, thesaurus, world and city maps
Guide to good manners includes thousands of tips on correspondence, party giving, and conduct in every public or private setting.
Includes searchable information related to sports, entertainment, geography, history, biography, education, and health.
A journalist teaches other writers how to use the Internet to find facts.
General reference, including links to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and almanacs.
Massive collection of links to reference resources includes language centers, calculators, maps, science tables and important websites of various countries.
Links to a variety of resources including news, weather, sports, encyclopedias, facts on file, FAQs, and tutorials.
A suite of interactive tools designed to aid students with their online research, from selecting a search engine and finding some relevant sources, to citing those sources.
Look up the meaning of a word, find out when a famous person lived, or identify a foreign language at this one-stop research center.
Lots of time and date related information, such as yearly and monthly calendars, counters, countdown, and the world clock which shows the current time in cities all over the world.
Online archive includes over 45,000 classic texts in 12 languages.
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