Not hammers or saws, just some cool tools to help you get a better grasp of your subject and get the "A" you want.
Browse these links to websites collected by the Union Public Library and organized by subject.
In addition to the print versions available for you to check out at our library, this online version of Cliff's Notes has over 300 Literature Notes available for free.
No Fear Shakespeare
No Fear Shakespeare puts Shakespeare's language side-by-side with a facing-page translation into modern English—the kind of English people actually speak today.
The OWL at Purdue University
The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University offers a multitude of free writing resources for students, teachers, researchers and users worldwide. Find Research and Citation help, Job Search writing, Grammar and ESL resources. Great help when formatting bibliographies or references!
Strunk's Elements of Style
An indispensable classic for writers at any level, The Elements of Style offers valuable insight on elementary Rules of Usage and Principles of Composition. This online version is published by Bartleby.com.
The SparkNotes website has lots of fun and interesting things to browse, in addition to those great Literature Study Guides for which they're known.
Fact Monster is your one stop shop for quizzes, almanacs, flashcards, and more!
View more for a great resource on every subject for all grade levels.
Khan Academy is a not-for-profit, free, global classroom with an extensive library of content, including interactive challenges, assessments, videos, and resources on a variety of subjects.
The Learning Network
The Learning Network provides great resources for teaching and learning with the New York Times.
WebMath helps you find the answers to the math questions that have you stumped. They'll show you the answer and how to get there.
View more for formulas and tables, calculators and converters and information on ratios, factoring, square roots and more.
Wolfram Alpha is a powerful computational search engine which accepts natural language input. Enter any value and see how many mathematical expressions of that number exist.