Find more than 700,000 biographies from historically significant figures to present-day newsmakers.
Do you need sources that don't count as Internet for an assignment? Try our online resources - they contain book and magazine resources for your essays and reports - and don't forget to check your sources using the fake news and fact-checking sources listed below.
Del Mar Middle School and some Redwood High School textbooks are available at the Teen Desk for use in the Library only.
Fake News - Resources for Media Literacy
AP Fact Check
Fact-checking the news from the Associated Press.
Common Sense Digital Compass
Online or app game for middle school students.
Tools for evaluating information.
Monitors factual accuracy in politics.
News and Media Literacy
Information for kids, teens, and parents about digital literacy.
Sharing Posts: The Spread of Fake News by Stephen Currie
Websites and apps
Searchable by birth years, death years, professions, literary and artistic works, achievements, and other keywords.
Database of over 25,000 notable people, both past and present.
Choose a citation style, plug in your information, and get a citation for your Bibliography.
Online distraction blocker; free version is available.
Almanac, dictionary, encyclopedia, atlas, and more.
Free online education.
Citation generator for students with nitpicky teachers.
Free online binder.
My Homework Student Planner
Free student planner app.
Learning tools and flashcards.
Great source for all kinds of facts on the net, also neat stuff like word of the day, daily poetry break, tonight's sky, and today in history.
Watch Know Learn
Free educational videos.
Dewey Numbers and Subject Headings for Further Research
300’s Social Sciences
500’s Science including Mathematics