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Find free public domain eBooks.
NoveList is a reference guide for books and authors, plus reading suggestions – requires a Hamilton Township Public Library card in good standing.
Jennifer Hubert, a school librarian, and teens review books.
This is a list of the most creative, outstanding books published in the previous calendar year.
Find classic books and quotations.
Follow on Facebook for easy access to over 100 story videos, as well as links to virtual author festivals and other events.
Written by Teens. Collected, edited, and supplemented by Kathleen Breitenbach, Teen Librarian.
Prep for the ACT exam.
Find information about and apply for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
Find information about college aid.
Search thousands of college and graduate schools, identify scholarships, take practice tests, create resumes, and explore careers.
Navigate information about colleges.
Practice for the SATs at Khan Academy.
CounselingDegreeGuide.org provides free tools for students and continuing learners to develop their careers in counseling, including career outlooks, state-by-state guides to licensure, and expert advice. It also provides resources for recent graduates and current counselors such as a jobs board.
Search for scholarships.
New Jersey provides information about colleges in the state.
The U.S. Department of Education has a variety of information about education and college prep.
COUNTRIES AND SOCIAL STUDIES
Academic Search Premier contains indexing for 8,025 publications, with full text for more than 4,500 of those titles – requires a Hamilton Township Public Library card in good standing.
Play dozens of arcade-style games to build knowledge in math, language arts, geography and more!
Navigate today’s complex economy.
The U.S. State Department provides notes on foreign countries.
Start your genealogical research here – this resource is only available from public library computers. Ancestry Library Edition is available from home. Please click here and enter the first 5 digits of your library card number.
British Broadcasting Corporation profiles countries.
CURRENT EVENTS AND SOCIAL ISSUES
Fight peer pressure.
GLSEN is the website for the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network.
Need help? Get help – a resource if you or someone you know is in crisis.
Survivors of rape, abuse, and incest can find support, and loved ones can find information.
News en Español.
CNN offers news and opinions from around the world.
Speak up against hate and intolerance.
The Pew Research Center polls the public on a variety of issues.
Teen Kids News provides news for teens.
Yahoo provides news, information, and current events.
John Green, Hank Green, and pals make history, astronomy, government, psychology, chemistry, and biology animated.
Criminal justice topics are arranged in an encyclopedia style for easy research.
Get both sides of the story.
Find support for LGBTQ+ youth.
Benjamin Franklin explains all about the U.S. government.
Protect your environment.
Get the best education possible.
On A+ Click, you’ll find math and logic problems, sorted by grade level and subject.
EBSCOhost lets you search journal articles and other databases – requires a Hamilton Township Public Library card in good standing.
Practice taking tests online, including the SAT and ACT – requires a Hamilton Township Public Library card in good standing.
Find the right word with this dictionary and thesaurus.
If you need help with math, this might help.
Free tutoring services–both one-on-one and group tutoring–to middle and high school students, as well as guest speaker sessions, college readiness panels for high schoolers, and general academic aid.
Find the word you need with these dictionaries.
InfoPlease is an information portal.
Learn something new, or brush up your skills on Khan Academy!
Scientists answer your questions.
NASA provides information about the U.S. space program.
Supreme court decisions are easy to find in this database.
A Literary and Arts Journal for Mercer County Area High School Students published by Mercer County Community College
Fun hands-on activities to create presented under “Try this at home”