Our study collection, located near the computers in the Teen Room, include reference works for students, including the basics in standard subjects like geometry and history, citation guides, science fair project ideas, and dictionaries.
In our nonfiction section, we have titles on study skills, time management, testing, college guides, and stress management.
If you are working on a research project for school, remember to check out the nonfiction sections in each area: Children’s, Teen and Adult. Remember, if you find one call number for a title that you want, that same number can be found in Children’s, Teen and Adult, and we will have books on the same topics under that number.
The nonfiction section in the Teen Room is focused on recreational nonfiction — those titles that are true stories we want to read for fun as well as learning about the world — while our research collection for high school students and older are shelved with the adult nonfiction.
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At the library, we provide access to resources that are provided especially for students. Whether you’re gearing up for the SATs or need a primary source for a paper due tomorrow, our online resources are full of useful articles, essays, and up-to-date information on the latest science.
What are you researching?
Read on to browse our online collections for reliable sources for every research project and paper.
Brittanica Online School Edition
For brief articles and all your basic information needs.
In-depth academic articles from a range of disciplines.
For all your etymology questions. (Go ahead, look up etymology.)
Start here for any topic and find information from five different trusted reference titles.
Authors and Books
Need literary criticism on one title? An author bio? Look no further.
Need to investigate a local town landmark? Check out this collection.
How does the Gettysburg Address start again? …
Where to start with that history paper on the Civil War…
Do you know that Henry II of England created our modern jury system? Find out how here.
Politics and Social Studies
Country profiles and all the stats you might want about nations around the globe.
All the basics for your immigration research project.
The nitty-gritty on the Constitution.
To find out the history behind the latest news story…
National Geographic Archive (1888-1994)
See just why it’s been around for over 125 years…
Debating the pros and cons of a topic? Read through both sides of the argument here.
Quick: Name all the types of quarks…
Get ready for when The Martian becomes the real deal.
Edison or Tesla? Bell or Gray? Create your inventor MVP team here.
Why was the large hadron collider such a big deal, anyway?
No, Pluto is still not a planet. Sadly, for some.