Clear, up-to-date information on countries around the world, with statistics and maps. (CIA)
Cite it right! A list of different citation styles with examples. (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Find out what happened on a particular day in history. (A&E Television)
An online industrial directory of American manufacturers that is searchable by product/service, company name, or brand name. In addition to contact information, it also provides descriptions of each company's products and services and links their web site.
A free, simple, online 3D design and 3d printing tool for people of all ages. Users must register for a free account to use. (Autocad)
A gallery of over 600 major daily newspaper front pages with links to the sites. This service is provided by the Freedom Forum, a nonprofit organization which educates on the first amendment and the importance of a free and fair press.
Read or listen to picture books, read classic ebooks, and play games on Tumblebooks. Some titles are also available in Spanish and French.
Now available as a free smartphone or tablet app. Search for Tumblebooks in your device's app store, and simply put in your Library card number to get started.
Information about paying for college, college rankings, and more. (U.S. News and World Report)
Explore this website to take the mystery out of taxes. (Internal Revenue Service)
This is the United States government’s official website, connecting users to government agencies and services. It searches and provides links to consumer publications, job search sources, student financial aid forms, and many other resources.